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Thread: How to convert/Upload DVD movies to YouTube for OS X

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    Default How to convert/Upload DVD movies to YouTube for OS X

    Ready to upload DVD clip to YouTube for sharing with others, but failed, when directly transfer the clip to YouTube. Have tested any possible solution-working with Handbrake or DVD decoder, etc, however, still can’t get a satisfying outcome. In fact, there is an intuitive program takes the hassle out of finding the DVD decoder or cutting DVD movie into a proper-length segment.

    Note: YouTube can support a wide variety of video formats.

    Some popular acceptable file formats: MPEG4, 3GPP, MOV, AVI, MPEGPS, WMV and FLV.

    The videos uploaded for YouTube by standard account holders can be limited to ten minutes in length and 2GB in size.

    DVD to YouTube Converter Mac facilitates Mac users converting DVD to FLV, MOV, MPEG-4 accepted by YouTube, with no quality loss and high-speed conversion. As the program has the ability to decrypt protected DVD, it enables you to rip any DVD movies with ease.

    In addition, DVD to YouTube program can also act as a DVD editor-DVD movie cutting, DVD movie cropping, DVD video effect, subtitle and audio track selection, snapshot favorite pictures and so forth.

    Basic four steps to convert/upload DVD to YouTube Mac

    1.Load DVD

    Click “Load DVD” to import DVD folder to the program.



    2.Set output format

    Choose the YouTube acceptable format MPEG-4, MOV, FLV as output format. Specify the folder to save the converted file.



    Tip: If the size of your imported DVD file exceeds the maximum, the “Trim” function can help you to cut the file to a desirable length. Besides, you can be also allowed to do editing jobs for customizing the video via the “Edit” feature. Details about Edit DVD for Mac.



    3.Convert DVD to YouTube

    Hit “Convert” to start the conversion.

    4.Upload/transfer the generated file from DVD to YouTube

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    Default How to convert/play DVD on iPad with DVD to iPad Converter?

    iPad, characterized by its multi-touch interaction with Internet browsing, video, photo, and music, is the latest tablet computing device released by Apple Inc on 27 January 2010. Furthermore, its 9.7-inch screen, even smaller than a magazine, facilitates you to carry and use anywhere. However, there is still a problem-how to enjoy DVD movies on iPad?-poised by iPad fans. Here is a specially designed tool-DVD to iPad Converter gives you a workaround to get away from such an annoyance.

    DVD to iPad Converter can convert unencrypted DVD and encrypted DVD to iPad supporting H.264 and MPEG-4 and other popular video and audio formats like MOV, MPG, FLV, 3GP, DV, MP3, WAV for playback on other portable devices such as iPod, iPhone, PSP etc.

    More than a simple converting tool, it can also allow you to customize and optimize your videos with its practical setting options. For example, you can cut any clips of the video, alter the screen size and change its video or audio parameters to personalize the video, etc. Know more about DVD to iPad Converter.

    Step by step guide for you: How to convert/play DVD on iPad with DVD to iPad Converter.

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    Default Share a solution for importing DVD to iMovie

    iMovie, as a part of the iLife suite, is a free software application for Mac users to edit their own home movies. However, you can only import limited kinds of files like MPEG-4, DV, some MOV. You may make an attempt to import DVD to iMovie, but failed. In fact, you can't directly import DVD to iMovie. What you need is a DVD converter for Mac-Mac DVD to iTunes Converter can convert DVD to the iMovie HD, iMovie '08, iMovie '09 supporting formats like MP4, MOV, M4V.

    Additionally, Mav DVD to iTunes Converter can do more. It provides the best choice for Mac consumers to convert all DVDs to iTunes (including iTunes 9) MP4, M4V, MOV, MP3, M4A, WAV, AIFF on Mac OS X 10.5, Snow Leopard, Mac Pro, etc.

    The following step by step tutorial guides you to import DVD to iMovie .

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    Aiseesoft iPad Converter Suite is newly released software for iPad fans. It can rip any DVD files (DVD-Video, DVD folder and DVD IFO file) to iPad, convert all popular videos/audios to iPad formats and transfer files from PC to iPad, from iPad to PC and from iPad to iPad. It works similar to iTunes. So why do you always buy movies and songs from iTunes with extra money? It can help you make use of your resources.
    The product is very easy in use. You just need download, install and run the trial version.


    The product is multifunctional. It can trim, crop, edit video effect, merge, add text and image watermark, select audio track and subtitle, adjust video settings and snapshot.

    If you are Mac user, you can choose Aiseesoft iPad Converter Suite for Mac.

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    Hi, guys.
    Thanks for all your sharing. And i also know another better powerful tool my friend recommended me few days ago. Pavtube DVD Ripper for Mac always helps me rip and convert any protected DVDs to many other formats u need easily and quickly. With its advanced tech, it can keep the quality of generated file almost the same as the original file. Most importantly, the audio and video of output file can be greatly synced. Also, it will offer u very kind and warm service.

    the best youtube video format is 1280x720 16:9 MP4(h.264 video codec, aac audio codec), or 640*480 4:3 MP4(h.264 video codec, aac audio codec), or normal FLV videos

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    Dear!!
    I recommend you try this “ Cucusoft YouTube Mate” (Downloader + Player + Converter, all in one) .

    It helps you download, convert, play and manage your favorite YouTube videos..Converts YouTube videos to various video formats, including avi, DivX, XviD, rm, rmvb, MOV, MPEG, and WMV
    http://www.dvdtoipodsoft.com/cucusoft-youtube-mate.html

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    Generally speaking, YouTube accepts videos within 15 minutes in certain formats, like AVI, MOV, WMV, MPEG, and MP4, etc. Since DVD files is not accepted by YouTube and they are always too big, the very first thing is to rip and convert DVD to YouTube video formats, and then cut them into small video clips so that you can upload DVD to YouTube. To do this, a good DVD ripper and video editor is needed. If you are still looking for the related program, here I highly recommend WoderFox DVD Video Converter. It is the program integrated with DVD ripper and video editor, which meets all your needs.

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