Prefer to get a precious DVD? Read this tutorial to learn how to rip DVD into MPEG-2 NTSC for watching on TV via a stand alone player.
As we known, DVD disc is easy to be lost or damaged. Have you thinking of archiving your DVDs and backing up them in MPEG-2 NTSC VOB format, so that you can get them burned to disc and watch on
TV using a stand alone player. How wonderful to have such a nice DVD experience on TV, not only limited to DVD players!
Here is an excellent DVD converter- Pavtube DVDAid that enables you convert DVD to NTSC VOB format with MPEG-2 codec easily with high output quality. Plus, you can also trim,
crop, add effect and merge files. This DVD to MPEG-2 NTSC Converter allows you to customize resolution, frame rate, bit rate for video, you can just keep the highest setting to get the ideal
output effect. If you are a Mac user, link to DVDAid for Mac. (Read Top 5 DVD Rippers
Guide: Rip DVD to MPEG-2 NTSC VOB for burning and watching on TV without limitations
1. Insert DVD disc into your DVD-Rom (Ensure that you have sufficient space on hard drive to store the DVD). Launch the best DVD to NTSC ripper to load your DVD files.
Step 2: Select VCD/DVD/SVCD --> DVD NTSC (16:9) or DVD NTSC (4:3) on the drop-down menu as output format, also "VOB Format --> DVD-Video Format - NTSC(*.vob)" is also still suitable for playing on TV. (Learn how to get 16:9 screen display here)
You can adjust video and audio parameters, including the Bitrate of Video and Audio, the Codec of Video and Audio, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc., in the Profile Settings.
Step 3: Hit "Convert" button to carry out the DVD to MPEG-2 NTSC VOB conversion process. Once the conversion is done, you can click "Open" button to get the output files.
Tip: To burn NTSC VOB videos to DVD right after conversion, you can use Pavtube DVD Creator. And this comprehensive software DVDAid + DVD Creator package will help you to save more money.
Now start you DVD burning process, after that, you can transfer burned video to TV via USB, and watch using your stand alone player. Also read how to rip your DVD for playback on VLC.