Wondershare works great for DVDs and I found a profile for Apple ProRes and it is working flawlessly and I assume Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate is the very DVD to ProRes ripper and you can also have it to rip and convert DVD disc to Apple ProRes for editing on macOS Sierra and High Sierra even it is not a 64 bit DVD ripper at the moment.
I tried some other DVD ripping solutions on both Windows and macOS and here I’d like to recommend some top music and concert DVD rippers that works for me so you can also use to rip music DVDs for CarPlay.
I am quite wondering if there are 64 bit DVD rippers for macOS 10.13 High Sierra and if those 32 bit DVD rippers will still be working on High Sierra when system softwares on the Mac will be updated in October?
Freemake is one of the top free video converting solutions in my eyes and I always like to recommend it to others before I had this failing to start issue. It is really a pity that we lost a good free video converter but we have to find a good Freemake Video Converter alternative and here I’d like to recommend some for both Windows and Mac users.
I am going to recommend you guys some awesome YouTube video downloaders some for Windows, some for Mac and some for both, that are able to download large and long YouTube videos as well as large playlists.
As far as I can see, a couple of years ago, most videos are in 30 FPS, but the most recent years, video cameras from Sony, NEEWER etc as well as smartphones like iPhone and Samsung are able to record videos over 60 FPS even 120 FPS. Also some HD DVD and Bluray discs are in 60FPS. Most of the video formats as I can see are M2TS/MTS or AVCHD, and MKV is able to contain videos in 60FPS as well, and we do have the eager to convert those M2TS/MTS or AVCHD videos to 60FPS with a decent and user friendly 60FPS video Converter.