If you need to copy and convert DVD movies to H.265, this article is indeed right for you, for it tells you how to rip DVD to H.265 files quickly and properly.
High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) or also called H.265 is a new video codec that compresses video files to 50% with the most proficient encoding format today, MPEG-4, or also known as the H.264. That’ll be 1/4 the size of a file compressed with MPEG 2 codec which many of cable television companies are still using. Many people want to convert their DVD files to H.265 format since it’s the best format for video experience. If you have on idea about the DVD to H.265 tutorial, just read on.
First, the most important piece of the equation is that you have a DVD to H.265 converter installed on your computer. DVD Ripping software varies. The best program I can recommended for ripping DVD to H.265 videos is Brorsoft DVD Ripper. The program can easily remove DVD protection and convert DVD to H.265/HEVC files to help you get a high quality movie, while the output videos are 50% smaller than the H.264 videos with original quality kept. If you’re using a Mac, please turn to the Mac version, which can help you convert DVD to H.265/HEVC videos on Mac OS X(El Capitan/Yosemite Included).
The software works like most other DVD rippers I’ve used. Pop in your disc, choose an H.265 output profile, and click Convert. Below are the detailed steps.
How to convert DVD to H.265/HEVC videos
Step 1: Download, install and run the DVD to H.265 ripper. Click “Load DVD” button to load your DVD movies to the software. DVD ISO/IFO, DVD folders are also supported.
Step 2: Hit the “Format” box and select H.265 Video(*.mp4) from Common Video profile.
Step 3: If you are not satisfied with the default video/audio specs, click “Settings” to adjust video seize(pixel), frame rate, bitrate (the higher bitrate, the larger file size and better video quality), or audio settings.
Step 4: Click the big “Convert” to start converting DVD to H.265 MP4 format. Wait until it’s done, the speed of completion always depends on how big or how many your files are.
OK, after that, yow you can successfully play your DVD movies on H.265-friendly DivX Player, VLC Media Player or 4K TV as you wish. Or you can also rip DVD to AVI, MPG or M4V for playback.