In those years, I have tried a number of YouTube downloaders, some free and some paid. In this post, I’d like to list all the free YouTube Downloaders that I have ever tried. They are 100% free, and they do work. Pick up the one you prefer. If you have your own, name it. I will give it try. If it works, I am more than glad to add it to this post.
In this post, I will explain in detail how to rip DVD with VLC on Windows PC and Mac. If you have a problem with VLC ripping your DVDs, try the troubleshooting. If you are looking for an alternative, this post can be of help too!
Most of my DVD movies are from Disney, Pixar, Paroumant, and Dreamworks. The animation DVDs from Disney and Dreamworks are my kid’s favorite, and Kung Fu Panda, SHREK, etc are great memories for kids. Recently, when I tried to rip Dreamwork DVD HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON-THE HIDDEN WORLD, and CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS: THE FIRST EPIC MOVIE, I was in trouble. Fortunately, I did successfully rip those movies and I’d like to share my experience on how to do so.
Why do you want to rip DVDs? And what are your requirements for DVD ripping? I’d always like to rip DVDs to MP4. This is the most compatible video for my iPhone, iPad, Plex, NAS. With it, I just have to rip the DVD once. Which program do you use? It’s WinX DVD Ripper Platinum! In this post, you will see my WinX DVD Ripper Platinum review, and I’d like to recommend it to you all, and you will see the detailed reasons in the view.
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.