This article show you the easy way to copy movies from DVD disc on Mac, so that you can get all of your DVD disc into digital files, for backing up on your large storage device and palyable on your Mac and other devices or media players.


Nowadays, copy DVD is not an differcult task any more and people are willing to backup their DVD on an large storage devices they have purchased years ago.

However, copy movies from DVD disc is not meaning to directly copy the contents from DVD disc and paste the contents to the target devices. Almost every commecial DVD disc was encrypted and copy protected. But you can still use an third-party DVD copy software to copy the movies for your persional use.

Here Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Mac is one of the best DVD copy software and ripper for you, you can get detail information on the review page.

On the rest article we give the simple steps to copy DVD on Mac, please feel free to downlaod the free trail version of this DVD copy software and follow the steps. Watermark is the only limitation between free trail version and full version.

How to Copy DVD on Mac

1. Add DVD movie

Insert the DVD disc to the DVD-ROM, then click the Load Disc button to add videos.


2. Select an output folder

Specify a folder to store backed-up video files in the Browse field.

3. Start to backup

Option A – Full Disc Copy without anything loss

Click Copy the entire disc button to start to backup DVD.


In fact, the “Copy the entire disc” feature maintains the entire structure of an original Blu-ray or DVD disc, so the m2ts streams or .vob streams are contained.

Option B – Directly Copy only DVD main movie and leave out extras 

Click Format bar, choose Copy > Directly Copy from the Format menu to copy the .vob files only which contains the main movie on DVD.


After that, do remember clicking Convert button to do Movie-only copy.

When the copying work is done, you are able to play the DVD copy on your Mac or tranfer to your large storage device.

 I share some of my experience in these following pages:

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