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?
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.
There are still some other programs can work as an alternative to Slysoft and RedFox AnyDVD/AnyDVD HD to decrypt and backup your DVDs and Blu-ray discs, among which Leawo is the top alternative which, on my option, offers better user interface and more user-demanded features.
There are a great many ways to save a ripped DVD. Some would like to rip and save DVDs to local hard drive, some would like to save on a USB or external drive, some on a NAS. For whatever reason that you want your Bluray DVD collection in digital files, mine is that I can store those files on cloud drives like Google Drive, OneDrive, iCloud, DropBox, pCloud, Baidu and stream them anytime, from anywhere.
I see a lot of guides on Google that shows you how to convert VOB files to MP4 AVI WMV or whatever video format you need but I don’t think they are quite clear and a major of those so-called VOB converters are giving me trouble when it comes to VOB files that are in a PROTECTED DVD disc especially those from Disney. I have tried and researched a lot myself and finally seem to understand actually what we need to do in converting VOB files. I will take MP4 as the output in the below guide.
GifRocket Review-There are a lot video converters to convert videos to GIF on Windows. GifRocket is free app for macOS to convert MP4, AVI etc to GIF.
IINA is a free open source macOS universal video player, based on mpv (a command line boot / highly customized cross-platform high-performance open source player), uses Swift language to develop. It has a strong performance and compatibility and is able to support smooth playback of almost all major video formats, and support network playback.