How to Rip DVD to Facebook With Video Clip?

Diana Joan

Aug 21, 2015 09:10 am / Posted by Diana Joan | Categories: BD/DVD Tools

Do you want to grab more hits and attention on your Facebook? Don’t just upload your life video to it. Your friends and strangers will want to see more on your Facebook.  Actually, you can upload your camera videosiMovie videos,iTunes videos and other SD/HD videos to Facebook by various methods to arouse their interest. You even can upload DVD to Facebook if you have ripped DVD to Facebook supported formats in advance. Don’t know how to do it? Just read on!

As we all known, DVD has copy protection, which prevents it from being played on many other devices and media players, including Facebook. So for playing DVD video clips on Facebook, you need not only to change DVD to Facebook friendly MP4/ MKV formats, but also to remove  copy protection from commercial DVD discs. 

With Pavtube DVAid, you can fulfill the both tasks with a few clicks. It can offer the best DVD to Facebook solution by backing up DVD to Facebook playable MP4, MKV, MOV, AVI, MPG, etc, video with optimized settings for uploading to Facebook. It enables you to intercept a certain fragment from DVD video and do some video processing before uploading it to Facebook. (Read review)

Free download it now and follow the below steps to rip DVD to Facebook with ease.


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Steps to copy DVD to Facebook with Pavtube DVDAid

Step 1: Load DVD to the app

Insert your commercial DVD disc to DVD drive on computer and lunch DVD to Facebook converter. From “File” menu on the top toolbar and select “Load from disc” option to load DVD file to the software.

Step 2: Select Facebook supported format

Though Facebook supported format list, you can choose MP4 as the output format for uploading DVD to Facebook. So click the format bar to follow “Common Video” > “H.264 Video (*.mp4).”

Tip: According to Facebook Help Center, H.264 video with AAC audio in MOV or MP4 format is preferred for uploading. Click “Settings” button and in “Profile Settings” screen, set the video codec to H.264 and audio codec to AAC to get the most suitable format video for Facebook.

Step 3: Trim video footage

To upload wanted clips in DVD movie, you can go to “Video Editor” window to use the “Trim” function. You’ll find other editing functions like cropping, adding watermarks, adjust special effects, etc.

Step 4: Backup DVD movie clips to H.264 MP4

Switch back to the main screen, and click “Convert” button in bottom right to start turning DVD movies to H.264 MP4 for the purpose of successful uploading to Facebook.

Now, the video is supported by Facebook. You can upload this DVD video clip to Facebook to draw more attention. 

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