How to rip, convert DVD to iTunes and sync to iPhone 4
A lot of guys are purchasing movies, TV shows, podcasts, audio books and music from iTunes online store, However, the iTunes store videos' volume is too low and they don't have subtitles, so many people have been converting DVD and video files on their Windows PC and Mac computer, then sync to their iPhone 4 so that they can enjoy the content wherever they are and whenever they like. This is a tutorial on how to convert DVD movie to iTunes and sync to iPhone 4 on windows PC.
Things you’ll need
1. Aneesoft DVD to iPhone Converter (Free for download trial version)
2. iTunes installed on your computer
3. DVD video files
Below is the step by step guide on how to convert DVD to iTunes and sync to iPhone 4
Step 1: Download & install Aneesoft DVD to iPhone Converter.
To convert dvd videos for iPhone 4, you need a video converter. Download and install Aneesoft DVD to iPhone Converter from this link. With this powerful converter, you can convert your DVD videos to iPhone video MP4 format, and rip DVD to iPhone audio formats like MP3, M4A, WAV and AIFF for playback on iPhone.
Notice: If you are using Mac OS and want to Convert DVD to iTunes, you can refer to Aneesoft DVD to iPhone converter for Mac.
Step 2: Run Aneesoft DVD to iPhone Converter and load DVD disk to convert.
Run DVD to iPhone Converter in the following main panel, click "Load..." button on the toolbar to load DVD IFO files or DVD movies from the hard drive.
Step 3: Output Setting.
Select output video format as .mp4 from the "Profile" drop-down list. You can also adjust other settings such as video quality, audio quality, output path, etc.
Step 4: Convert DVD to iTunes for iPhone 4 MP4.
When the settings are done, click the button “Start” to start conversion. And then the program will automatically start DVD conversion.
Step 5: put DVD to iPhone 4 via iTunes.
Connect your iPhone 4 to Windows and sync the converted DVD video to your iPhone 4 with iTunes. Now you could watch your favorite DVD movies on your iPhone 4. That's all, with four steps you can convert any DVD movies to iTunes and sync it to your iPhone 4. It's easy enough for everyone. Enjoy watching DVD with your iPhone 4 anytime and anywhere!
Edit your video file (optional): crop, trim, add effects, add watermark (optional)
This Aneesoft DVD to iPhone Converter allows you to trim your video, so you can capture your favorite video clips. Select the video you want to edit, then click the "Edit" button on the top. An Edit window will be prompted. Click the Start Point and End Point to keep your favourite parts of video in Aneesoft DVD to iPhone Converter.
To watch your movies in full screen, you may crop videos to remove the black edges around your video with this DVD to iPhone Converter. Click "Crop" tab to open the Crop Video window, then check the "Enable Crop" option box. There are two methods available to crop your video: crop by a adjusting the crop frame and crop by setting the crop values. After you select an output aspect ratio and finish the crop, you can preview the final visual effect on the right "Output Preview" in real-time.
If you want to adjust the video effect of your movie, you can click the "Effect" tab and then check "Enable Effect" option box. Drag each effect adjustment slider to set the video brightness and contrast. You can also choose a special effect from the Effect drop-down list to apply to your movie.
If you want to add watermark on your video, you can click "Watermark" tab and then check "Enable Effect" option box. You may add Text or Image watermark onto your video. If you want to add Text watermark for your video, click the Color or Font button to set the color and font your text. Drag and drop the text to anywhere you want. If you want to add image watermark, just check the Image option and select the image you want to add as watermark.
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