How to Rip DVD to F4V on Mac (Mountain Lion included)
DVD to F4V Ripper for Mac can rip DVD to F4V video, it also can rip DVD to all the other video and audio formats including MPEG, MPG, MKV, MP4, WMV, MOV, FLV, M4V, MP3, MKA, AIFF, WMA, M4A, AC3, AAC, WAV, OGG, etc on Mac OS X.
Here is a step-by-step guide to rip DVD to F4V on Mac OS X including Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion.
Step 1: Free download and install DVD to F4V Ripper for Mac
To install it, simply mount the .dmg archive by double-clicking it, and copy the application to your applications folder (or wherever you want).
Step 2: Load DVD to convert to F4V video
Insert DVD into your DVD-ROM. Launch DVD Ripper for Mac, there are three ways of loading DVD. You are allowed to add multiple DVD folders.
a. The program will automatically detect DVD files and start loading.
b. Click File->Load DVD or Load DVD Files from main menu to browse your computer hard drive and select the DVD you want to Load.
c. Just easily drag and drop DVD files into program for converting.
Step 3: Select F4V as output format
Click image button on the right of each video item, set output file name and choose f4v as the output format from the Format list. There are a variety of video and audio format for output.
Step 4: Change F4V Video and audio Settings
You can change the Resolution, Encoder, Bit rate and Frame rate of the F4V video and Sample Rate, Channels, Encoder and Bit Rate of the F4V Audio. The size of the F4V file depends a lot on these settings.
Step 5: Rip DVD to F4V on Mac.
When all the settings are done, click Convert->Start Conversion so the DVD ripper will do the ripping.
- Edit video before conversion (Optional): With this Mac Video Converter, you can also edit videos by trimming, cropping, rotating and adding special effects before conversion. Click Edit from main menu and select editing functionalities.
- Trimming: Select the video clip you want to trim by setting the Start Time and the End Time.
- Cropping: By dragging and moving zoom box you can cut off black bars and economic marks, you can also select 6:9, 4:3, Letter Box or Pan&Scan from Zoom list to define the size of active portion of output video and make it exactly fit your player’s screen.
- Rotation: Click Rotation tab to rotate videos by 90 degrees CW/CCW and 180 degrees.