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How to Rip DVD to SSD Installed on or Connected to PC/Mac/Laptop?

If you wish to backup and put your DVD collections to solid-state drive for better storage, professional DVD ripper is a must-have.

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Question: My computer has a SSD drive and I do not wish to store and backup my media files to the C drive. I wanna rip my dozens of DVD movies to native SSD drive (E), would you recommend me an easy-to-handle tool and instruct me on how to transfer DVD to SSD for fast playback? Many thanks.

SSD, short for solid-state drive, gains its popularity in recent years for increasing computer's system speed, either Windows (10)/macOS computer or laptop. Speak of laptop, we can't help thinking about Ultrabook, the topping outcome of SSD, super thin, light and fast. MacBook Air, Surface Book, Lenovo Yoga, Samsung Notebook and Acer Aspire are typical examples. Is it possible to rip DVD to SSD? And how to backup DVD to SSD-equipped computer with high quality with ease? Get answer in this guide.

How to Rip and Convert DVD to SSD Storage on Windows (10) or macOS?

Actually, the way to rip DVD to SSD drive is pretty simple. In view of the diversity of the DVD collections, free DVD rippers like HandBrake, MakeMKV and DVD Shrink are not recommended for long-term using. Because they will often get tripped up on some copyright protections. Thus, WinX DVD Ripper Platinum, the No.1 DVD ripper with clean interface, comprehensive output formats and up-to-date devices (like iPhone XS/XR), is your top-choice. Follow the steps below to help you rip DVD to SSD-equipped computer as smooth as possible.

Step 1: Insert DVD disc into DVD drive. Being recognized, it will show up at computer in CD Drive.

Step 2: Download WinX DVD Ripper Platinum to Windows (10) computer, and install it by following the wizard (Download Mac version here).

Step 3: Launch WinX DVD Ripper Platinum and click "DVD Disc", select the source DVD disc and then click "OK" to fully load it to software.

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Step 4: Then an "Output Profile" window pops up, where you can choose a video or audio format for further enjoying. If you prefer to rip make a DVD copy without any quality loss, four DVD Backup options are provided: Main Title Content Copy, Full Title Copy, Clone DVD to IOS Image, Clone DVD to Folder. The output confirmed, click "OK" to proceed.

Step 5: When tuning back to the main interface, all DVD information can be seen. The right title is checked by DVD ripper, DVD subtitle and audio channel can be chosen at will. Even the video can be cropped and trimmed in Edit feature.

Step 6: "Browse" and select a folder in SSD drive for saving the output DVD media file at the Destination Folder section.

Step 7: Press "RUN" to start DVD to SSD converting. To make sure the task being finished stable and rightly, it's better to check "Safe Mode" above the RUN button. With the same method, you can save DVD to computer, hard drive, NAS, USB, Cloud, etc.

Disclaimer: Digiarty Software does not advocate ripping copy-protected DVDs for any commercial purpose and suggests referring to the DVD copyright laws in your countries before doing so.

Notice: Storing digital DVD to SSD (installed or connected to computer) is workable as long as the computer comes with DVD drive. If you'd like to copy DVD video to SSD installed ultra-thin notebook, you can try two methods here:

  • Rip DVD to general computer with DVD-ROM drive and then copy the ripped DVD video to Ultrabook SSD with USB flash disk;
  • Rip DVD to SSD added or connected to general computer, and then move or connect the Solid-State Drive with DVD video to Ultrabook for playback.

Best SSDs for Personal Use

Name, Maximum Capacity, Maximum Read /Write Speed, Form Factor, Interface

  • Adata XPG SX8200 Pro: 1TB, 3500/3000 MB/s, PCIe 3.0 x4 / NVMe 1.3.
  • Intel Optane SSD 905P: 1TB, 2600/2200 MB/s, PCIe 3.0 x4 / NVMe 1.3
  • Sabrent Rocket NVMe 4.0: 2TB, 5000/4400 MB/s, PCIe 4.0 x4 / NVMe 1.3
  • Samsung SSD 960 Pro: 2T, 3500/2100 MB/s, M.2 (80mm), PCle * 3x4
  • HyperX Predator SSD from Kingston: 960GB, 1400/1000 MB/s, M.2 (80mm), PCle * 2.0x4
  • Plextor M8Pe SSD: 1T, 2500/1400 MB/s, M.2, PCle * 3x4
  • Intel SSD 600P: 128GB-1T, 1800/560 MB/s, M.2 (80mm), PCle * 3x4

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

author-Matthew Palmer

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Matthew Palmer is a seasoned content creator with over 10 years of experience in Windows at large. He has been specialized in almost any technology with Windows OS and written thousands of new articles, covering everything from in-depth features of new laptops, latest GPU/CPU PC hardware, games, to software related. While digging into new techs, he continues enjoying painting and comics.

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