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4Videosoft DVD to iPad Converter for Mac

Would you like to put the rows and rows of homemade DVD discs on your iPad, so you can watch them anytime you want? If you do, 4Videosoft DVD to iPad Converter for Mac is a good choice, which is capable of converting homemade DVD disc, DVD folder and DVD IFO files to iPad compatible MP4, MOV and M4V with no quality loss and ultra-fast speed. Also, you can get the audio files from the source DVD movies and enjoy them on iPad. Before the conversion, you're free to watch the DVD movies with fluent image in the preview window.

Apart from the professional DVD to iPad conversion function, it's also a practical video editing program. Equipped with Effect, Trim, Crop, Merge and Watermark function, it's no doubt that you can get the most satisfying video for iPad. Meaning while, you can customize the video/audio settings to meet your needs. This first-class Mac DVD to iPad Converter shows you the easiest way to put DVD movies on iPad on Mac.

  • Rip homemade DVD movies to iPad MP4/MOV/M4V on Mac with blazing-fast speed
  • Extract audio files from homemade DVD and then convert them to iPad
  • Provide creative and versatile Effect, Trim, Crop, Merge and Watermark function
  • Customize the video/audio settings and select audio track/subtitle
  • Preserve 100% original quality with the source DVD movies

System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6, 10.7 or above; 512MB RAM, Super VGA (800×600) resolution, 16-bit graphics card or higher


Key Functions & Features of DVD to iPad Converter for Mac

Convert DVD to iPad on Mac

Conveniently enjoy the homemade DVD movies on iPad with 4Videosoft DVD to iPad Converter

4Videosoft DVD to iPad Converter is the world-class DVD to iPad conversion tool, which is able to rip homemade DVD movies to iPad compatible video and audio formats with no quality loss. Also, it enables you to take out the audio files from the source DVD movies and then convert them to MP3, AAC, AIFF, M4A, WAV, etc. for your need. Thanks to the creative video editing functions, you're able to get the ideal video for playback on iPad. When converting DVD movies to iPad, 4Videosoft DVD to iPad Converter is a practical app you cannot miss.


Crop the video frame at will Crop function enables you to get rid of the black edges of the source DVD movies, so you can enjoy the output video on iPad more comfortably. Four crop modes are available for you, including Original, Crop area, 16:9 and 4:3. Also, the zoom mode can be adjustable at will.


Get perfect iPad video from DVD movies With this top-ranking Mac DVD to iPad Converter, you're free to drag the slide bar of brightness, saturation, contrast, hue and volume until you get the desired video effect.


Cut off the unwanted video part Trim function enables you to cut off the undesired video part from the whole DVD movies, thus you can enjoy the part you like most on your iPad anytime you want.


Merge several titles together If you'd like to put several DVD titles into one file, Merge functions can make it for you. Select the DVD chapters and then click "Merge" button to put them together for a successive enjoyment.


Define the video/audio settings The video and audio settings can be modified as you like, including video encoder, frame rate, resolution, aspect ratio, video bitrate, audio encoder, sample rate, channels and bitrate. After adjusting parameters, you can get the perfect video and audio settings.


Add watermark to the videoIf you want to show others that you've made these videos, adding watermark to the video is a good way. You can add text or image watermark to the video for your need. The position of watermark can also be adjustable at will.


Preview and snapshot Thanks to the built-in player, you can preview the source DVD movies as you like. The snapshot function assists you to take a snapshot of the video images and save them on your computer.

Audio track and subtitle

Select audio track and subtitle Not satisfied with the audio track and subtitle? You can choose the desired one if there are optional audio track and subtitle in the source DVD movies.

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