How to Rip DVD to Xbox One (X) on PC/Mac | Play DVD on Xbox without Internet

[Published on Sep.3, 2013 by Carolyn Young to DVD Ripping]

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The article is split into two parts, one about how to rip DVD to Xbox One video on PC/Mac, the other on transferring DVD video to Xbox.

Xbox One is the successor to Xbox 360 and quite a competitor of Sony's PS 4 (PlayStation4). It runs an Xbox OS, a Windows kernel based OS and another OS simultaneously. Because it is only a game console, it does allow playing DVDs thereon, but it supports watching videos.

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Part 1: Rip DVD to Microsoft Xbox One on PC (Mac)

After downloading the DVD ripper, please feel free to install it following the installation Wizard, and run it whenever you want. Then follow the guide below to rip DVD to Xbox One and play digital files ripped from DVD on Xbox One directly.

Step 1. Import DVD movie to the DVD converting software:
Insert a DVD into your DVD-ROM, and click "DVD Disc" button to let the software recognize and analyze the DVD. It takes just a few sec.

Step 2. Choose Xbox One as the output format
Output Profile -> Microsoft Device -> to Xbox Video -> Xbox One (AVI) or Xbox One (H264)
That means you can convert DVD to either an AVI or an H.264/MP4 video with Xbox's resolution and Aspect Ratio.

Step 3. Define the output folder
This is an optional operation needed only if you want to change the default folder and disk to save the output file. Just Browse to choose the Destination Folder.

Step 4. Start ripping DVD to MS Xbox One
Simply click the RUN button then the software will start converting the DVD to Xbox One video.

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Part 2: Transfer the Converted Video to Xbox One

Theoretically, there's no way to import videos to your Xbox One, unless you purchased it from Xbox Live. However, you can transfer the DVD movies to Xbox One, if you:

1. Connect your Xbox One to a PC using Windows Media Center;

2. Copy the DVD movie media file to a USB flash drive and play it on Xbox One.

Using any one of the methods above, you can play DVD videos on Xbox One free without buying videos on Xbox Live.

Please note that WinX DVD Ripper Platinum and WinX DVD Ripper for Mac can also rip and decrypt a DVD (disc, ISO image, folder) to Xbox 360, DVD to WP8, Surface tab, Zune (HD), and more on Windows PC and Mac.

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.

Related External Source from Wiki:
Xbox on Wikipedia - It includes a series of video game consoles developed by Microsoft, with consoles in the sixth to eighth generations. Xbox One was revealed on May 21, 2013, announced on June 10, and released in 21 markets around the world in November 2013...

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Author Profile   Carolyn Young Ex-serving Employee

Carolyn Young worked in the Marketing Promotion Department of Digiarty Software. Besides occasional writing, she offered brilliant market ideas.

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