How to Convert DVD to MPEG with DVD Converter
When you encounter with the following cases, you may need to convert DVD to MPEG.
Your video player can only support MPEG video format;
Your portable players can only support MPEG format;
You want to backup DVD to MPEG videos on your PC or Mac;
Some websites request the uploaded or shared video must be in the format of MPEG.
And other conditions those may use the MPEG videos.
Do you feel confused that how to convert DVD to MPEG with high qulity?
Try Kigo DVD Converter, which brings a very perfect DVD to MPEG ripping solution.
As one of the good DVD rippers and video converters, Kigo DVD Converter enables you to convert all kinds of DVD to MPEG, and also provides some other extensive video formats like MP4, 3GP, FLV, AVI and so on. The conversion is very simple and fast so this feature enables you save money and time.
Not only video formats supporting, the popular audio formats such as MP3, AAC are also supported.
How to rip DVD to MPEG with Kigo DVD Converter
1. To begin,Open KigoDVDConverter For Mac and click the "Load DVD" button to choose your disk drive with DVD movie.
2. If you want preview the movie,please selected it in the list,then play it in the preview window.
3. Set the output formats and output path
From the interface, you can quickly look and find where to rename the output file and set the output path.
There are also a lot of presets video formats for iPod, iPad, iPhone, PSP, Zune and other Portable Media Players (PMPs) and cell phones. You can choose a requisite one.
4. Check the desired DVD, and then press "Encode".
5. Quick find the converted file.
Select the completed file, and right-click it, in the drop-downlist, choose "Reveal Destination In Finder".
You can also find the converted MPEG file by the "Library".
MPEG, Short for Moving Picture Experts Group, and pronounced m-peg, is a working group of the ISO. The term also refers to the family of digital video compression standards and file formats developed by the group. MPEG generally produces better-quality video than competing formats, such as Video for Windows, Indeo and QuickTime. MPEG files previously on PCs needed hardware decoders (codecs) for MPEG processing. Today, however, PCs can use software-only codecs including products from RealNetworks, QuickTime or Windows Media Player.
MPEG has standardized several compression formats and ancillary standards, among them, MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 are most popular. MPEG-1 is the video format that has had some extremely popular spin-offs and side products, most notably MP3 and Video CD. MPEG-2 is not a successor for MPEG-1, but an addition instead. MPEG-2 is used in digital TVs, DVD-Videos and in SVCDs.