True Experience for a Mac OS X User to Convert DVD to iPhone:
As for me, one of the senior Mac users since the release of Mac OS X Tiger, let me see, it is about summer of 2005, I come to, somehow be synchronized with my Mac's character: exclusive. So far my Digi-life will seldom be delighted, except getting news from Apple who means to announce or publish a new device, even a new version of functional or quality improvement. And the former never disappoints me. From Mac OS X Tiger to Mac OS X Snow Leopard Snow, from iPod classic to iPod touch, step-by-step, I walk into Apple family and never trace one way back.
This March Apple issues iPad. Unfortunately, Steve Jobs under estimated the potential of this semi-smartphone and semi-laptop devices. Then this underestimation leads to a shortage of iPad for the global market. The consequence is delaying the international publish of iPad. What a pity, so I come back and count on my iPhone.
Positive News from Cnet.com about DVD to iPhone Converter Mac
Few days ago I come across with a free Mac DVD ripper on Cnet.com. As the editor said, DVD Ripper can copy copy-protected movies to your hard drive and convert them to any number of popular formats, including FLV, MOV, and MP4. It's a great tool for making your DVDs watchable on your iPhone, iPad, iPod, etc.
After I give it a little try, I was impressed by this DVD ripper. WinX DVD Ripper for Mac, forgive me if it is incorrect due to my poor memory, is designed, only, for Mac users. My condition is Mac OS X Snow Leopard v10.6. And it can also extract MP3s from DVDs, a feature I've used for pulling the tracks off the kids' "Schoolhouse Rock" collection.
As well one thing just can't be left unsaid. That is this Mac DVD ripper is capable of removing the DVD Copy protections, as the producer's website commitment, this DVD ripper for Mac can backup DVD Alice in Wonderland, rip DVD Avatar, copy DVD The Princess and the Frog, etc.
The User Guide of Decrypter and Converting DVD to iPhone iPod iPad
To backup and rip DVD to iPhone on Mac, I highly recommend you WinX DVD Ripper for Mac and WinX DVD Ripper Platinum for Windows. This DVD to iPhone ripper or converter for Mac is dedicated by Digiarty Software and gains great popularity among Mac, especially Mac OS X Tiger/Leopard/Snow Leopard users.
Click one: Load the DVD, The Princess and the Frog, Alice in Wonderland, Avatar, 2012, Transformer 2, and other latest Copy Protected DVDs are supported by WinX DVD Ripper for Mac.
Click two: choose the output format on the output format selecting panel.
Click three: select the output folder with the Browse button.
Click four: Get to Start DVD to iPhone ripping process.
WinX DVD Ripper for Mac continuously updates to support converting and ripping DVD with the latest copy protections. For the detail information you can check WinX DVD Ripper for Mac's User Guide.
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