How to Deal With Your Movie DVD Collection?

A lot of people must be scratching their heads and figure out how to do with their DVD collection, gathering dust in penthouse. If you also have this issues, it's time to read the following article to teach you how to deal with a heap of movie DVDs? 

Nowaday, most folks especially the young prefer to download movies they loved from Internet directly. Being cheaper, more convenient, or more space-saving than purchasing DVD discs maybe is the primary cause for them. But there are still many people who are keen on buying regularly DVDs, who like getting something tangible for their movie-purchasing dollars that downloading can not supply.

However, a burning question is: “How can I do with the containers of DVDs in my attic? An awful waste of space with dust covered.” It might be time for a clean break from the DVD collection. Here are some options that would be considered by most people:

1. Sell locally

Carry your DVD collection to your local DVD shop, sell to the shop-owner or whom likes them as second-hand-discs, and walk out with cash in your pocket.

2. Sell online

Avail yourself of Amazon’s Movie Trade-in service. It'll take longer than a visit to your local DVD store because you'll need to search Amazon to see which of your DVDs are available for trade-in, but shipping is free and you'll receive payment in the form of an Amazon gift card. You could also see what return you'd get from a online buyer such as

3. Donate, trash, or recycle

The easiest way out is to drag your boxes of DVDs to the curb or the dump, but you might also want to consider donating or recycling your collection instead. Recycling means your treasured DVDS won't meet an undignified end in a landfill, while donating also avoids the environment costs of the landfill and might give you a tax write-off at the end of the year.

But more than anything, it's the sentimental factor that prevents some people from discarding their movie DVDs; there are a lot of memories in those jewel cases. If you have been pondering such a disc cleanup, Pavtub DVDAid will be your first choice with strong ability to remove DVD protection, transcode DVD to any video and audio format, and edit DVD to create personal movie. The mac version is DVDAid for Mac.

How to Convert Movie DVD Collection to Videos With Pavtube DVDAid? 

Step 1: Insert DVD discs

Double click to open Pavtub DVDAid, then insert a DVD disc to your DVD-Rom and click DVD Disc. You can also import DVD folder from your computer hard drive.

Step 2: Choose an Output Video Format

Now go to "Format" menu to select output format there. A variety of options are listed such as many portable devices, video editing software, various HD video formats, etc. Choose the one you desired. 

For portable devices including Android tablets, MP4 is recommended since it has wide application/acceptance, good video quality and small file size.

For TV, MPEG/WMV/AVI/MKV format is so far accepted by most brands.

Tip: Pavtube DVDAid let users control/customize output file quality. To improve video quality, simply click "Settings" and set video bitrate up.

Step 3: Click "Convert" to start

If you do not need to change the default output folder and disk, just hit the big "Convert" button to begin the fast DVD to video ripping and conversion process.


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