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How to Rip DVDs to MP4 without Quality Loss

DVDs are losing their popularity nowadays, however, you may want to transfer video from them to your computer. Plus, in the era of mobile devices, tablets, cell phones, laptops and even smartwatches that allow you to watch videos, there has been quite a demand for the conversion of files to a universal mobile format, and we refer to MP4.

Although there is a variety of programs, not all of them keep the quality of the input video. Movavi Video Converter, on the contrary, takes into account resolution and bitrate of the video when you convert DVD to MP4. The biggest advantage is that you don’t have to know everything about conversion settings and video formats if you want to convert files with this tool. Just launch the program, upload the video, choose the appropriate preset and click Convert.

Movavi Video Converter

Here’s a short instruction on how to convert with Movavi.

  1. Upload files to the program. Click Add Media, choose Add DVD and locate the necessary folder called VIDEO_TS (this is where videos on DVD are stored).
  2. Select the folder where the converted files will be placed.
  3. Click Video and find MP4 on the list. Specify the parameters: codec and resolution.
  4. Hit Convert and, depending on the file size, the video will be ready in a couple of minutes.


The program also supports AVI, MOV, FLV, MKV, M4V, MXF, ASF, and many other video formats. This means you can rip DVD to any format you want. Moreover, you can save the video for viewing on various gadgets by Apple, Samsung, Sony, LG, Huawei, Nokia and other brands. This will enable you to watch your favorite videos even if you’re always on the go.

Movavi Video Converter is claimed to be the fastest converter ever and here’s the reason why. It is perfectly compatible with the latest NVIDIA NVENC and CUDA technologies as well as with Intel hardware acceleration. If your video card meets these requirements, then the conversion time will be reduced up to 6.2 times.

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