Get Sothink DVD to iPad Converter for Free—Time Limited

Once upon a time, my little sister bought a number of DVDs of concerts by her favorite artists. She played these DVDs on the home DVD player. Recently, she received an iPad and is at loss on how to play these DVDs on her iPad. As we all know, the supported video formats for iPad are very limited: H.264 and MPEG-4 videos in .m4v, .mov and .mp4 file formats. To get the compatible iPad video format, you need a DVD to iPad converter. Now, there is an opportunity to get Sothink DVD to iPad converter for FREE (the original price is $34.95), only for April 17, 2013. 

Sothink DVD Rripper is a professional DVD to iPad converter. It is used for backing up DVDs or for converting DVDs to other formats so you can play it in the mobile devices or media players. Next, I will use this DVD to iPad converter to demonstrate it.

Step 1: Launch Sothink DVD Ripper and open DVD files.

There is a window on the bottom of the program for previewing the DVD titles. You can click button “Play” to preview your movie. You may switch between “Details” mode and “Thumbnails” mode to view the information about your source video(s).

Step 2: Specify DVD to iPad video conversion.

After DVD movie titles are all listed in the program, you may go to “General Settings” or “Advanced Settings” panel to specify your conversion. Click the drop down arrow under “Target profile” and select a profile from the list.

Step 3: Convert DVD to iPad.

When you have finished the settings, click button “Rip DVD” on the top of the tool bar to start DVD to iPad conversion.

By default, this DVD to iPad Converter will jump over the DVD titles shorter than 10 seconds, which usually are some advertisement or other unnecessary clips. So you need make sure the checkbox besides the titles you want to convert has been ticked.

Just the time for a cup of coffee, the DVD to iPad conversion will finish. If you also have a problem to convert DVDs to iPad, iPod, iPod Touch, PSP, Zune, xbox, MP3, AAC, AVI, MOV, 3GP and more devices and formats, you can also have a try on it.

 

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