Summary: How to upload films from DVDs onto a micro SD card for using on a tablet or other mobile devices? Read this article to learn how to rip and convert DVD videos so that you can store DVD files on SD card for playing anywhere you want them.
Q1: Putting DVD films onto Micro sd card
“Does anyone know how I can transfer DVD films from disc to MicroSD Card on my main pc, so that I can watch them on my tablet?”
Q2: Convert DVDs to micro SD card?
“I have a Samsung Galaxy S4 with a 32GB micro SD card and I want to put a load of my DVDs onto the micro SD card so that he can watch them when we are in the car. I need a complete guide.”
As we know, many portable and personal electronic devices can playback videos from an SD card. If you own one such device, you may want to know how to rip your favorite DVD and transfer it to your SD card for viewing as the above users. The following guide will teach you how to get your movies from DVD to MicroSD card. Read on to learn the details.
Since most of the DVDs are copy-protected, it’s not easy to backup and move DVD movies to SD card or portable devices directly. First of all, you would need to rip DVDs by removing the CSS protection. And then you need to convert the DVD films to a smaller size suitable for the Android/iOS/Windows tablet. Brorsoft DVD Ripping software is one example, but most of the ones out they all do the same thing.
It is the ideal tool for ripping DVDs to MP4(the most widely-supported video format) and transferring to SD Card. It can do all types of ripping at the fastest speed and use less memory without you having to worry about loss of original quality. Besides converting DVD to SD Card, both for but also to rip DVDs to all the other popular video formats like AVI, MPG, MOV, FLV, WMV, MKV and more. The conversion will allow you to play and share videos on iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy S4/S5, Nook HD, Facebook, YouTube and more. Besides, it will allow you to use the editing function to trim, crop, add watermarks and more to your DVD videos.
How to Rip and Copy DVD to MicroSD Card
This quick-start guide uses DVD Ripper Windows (Windows 8 included) version screenshots. The way to convert DVD to SD Card on Mac is almost the same. Just turn to DVD Ripper for Mac.
1. Import DVD files
To get started, you need to install and run the DVD to SD Card Converter. After doing this, you would put a source DVD into the drive. Then click the disc button to import the files you want to convert.
2. Select output format
SD card can accept any type of files, but for different devices, the format compatibility is important, so just make sure the output format that you choose is readable when you insert SD card into your gadgets. For example, if you want to put and play DVD on your Galaxy S4 from SD card, you can choose Galaxy S4 profile as target format. Of course, you can choose MP4 as output format from “Common Video”.
Tip- Advanced Settings: You can click "Settings" to alter the video encoder, resolution, frame rate, etc. as you want. To save your Micro sd card space, you can set a smaller size. It’s important to keep a good balance between video quality and file size.
3. Start to rip DVD for copying to MicroSD Card
When all the settings are OK, you would start the ripping process by click the Start button to get your DVD videos to the designated format. When the process ends, you are free to click Open to locate the output videos.
Once you have ripped your DVD to a manageable size then either transfer (copy /cut & paste) them to the MicroSD card using the USB lead connected to the tablet or use an SD card reader. And make sure your SD card is formatted exFAT so your tablet can read it....
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