How to Rip DVD Movies to 3D on Mac?
If you want to redouble your movie entertainment, you should not ignore DVD movies resources; if you desire to enhance the diversification of home movies funs, you can here readily enjoy tons of 3D movies on your own. Interesting? DVD movies can be ripped and converted to 3D movies on Mac with this 2D to 3D Converter for Mac. The software is a miscellaneous toolkit for you to convert any videos to 3D on Mac with high quality, undoubtedly including those DVD movies. Okay, this is a user guide and will tell you how to rip DVD movies to 3D on Mac with this 3D Converter for Mac. Everything seems so easy. You can just feel relaxed and have a cup of tea to wait the results exported, so that you can enjoy the newly processed masterpiece that made by you with your family or friends.
Before conversion, you should know that the software that recommended above supports 3D AVI, 3D WMV, 3D MKV, 3D MP4, and 3D YouTube. Just feel free to choose the proper one to play on your iPhone, iPad, Kindle Fire, media players, and so on.
Tips: If you are Windows users, please turn to How to Convert DVD to 3D.
Tutorial: Rip/Convert DVD movies to 3D on Mac
Step 1. Run the 3D Converter for Mac! In the main tray, 4 tabs will be displayed: Video, Audio, Burn DVD and Copy DVD. As you are ready to rip DVD movie files, you should tap Video tab here.
Step 2. Tap "Local Video' tab among the 4 media type tabs on the top. Then you are allowed to browse the DVD movies with the built-in media browser and check them before add into the pane. After that, import them in, or drag and drop to do this.
Step 3. Now, Tap the "Output Format" image icon and select the output format: 3D Video. Choose a 3D format.
Step 4. Tap the "Start" icon and begin to rip DVD to 3D on Mac.
To rip DVD movies to 3D on Mac or to any other common video, HD video, or audio formats, that's the software enabled to you. Also, you can directly convert to devices, For example, if you want to convert DVD to 3D and play on iPhone 4, you can directly choose the output format: iPhone 4. Isn't it wonderful?