The Fastest Way to Rip DVDs to My PC for Digital Movie Library
I have around 100 DVD discs collection and a PC running Windows 10 with an i7 Intel Processor and 8 GB RAM. Recently, I want to backup all of these DVD disc to my PC with 2TB hard drive as a digital movie library so that it is convenient to transfer DVD movies to PS4, Surface 3 and my Samsung Galaxy S6 for watching. But when I’m searching for the way on the internet, many people say that they cost months to rip their hundreds of DVD disc to PC. It is horrible! So what is the fastest way to rip DVDs to my PC?
Later, fortunately, I discover that Pavtube DVDAid claims that they can provide consumers with 6X faster conversion speed which can effectively reduce the time cost of copying DVD to PC. Usually, backing up a DVD disc to PC will cost 1-2 hour according to configuration of computer and bandwidth. But Pavtube DVDAid fully makes use of NVIDIA CUDA technology and AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing (APP) to largely accelerate DVD encoding speed from one format to another by using H.264 codec on Windows. Under this technology, it maybe only cost 10 minutes to rip a nearly 2-hour-long DVD movie to PC. So I think that it may be the fastest way to rip DVD to PC.
In addition, I find that it sweetly can output wide range of video formats like H.265, M3U8, MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, etc so that after I backup DVD to PC, I can use these DVD backups on other devices, like iPad, iPhone, PS4 and so on. What’s more, its upgrade can be perfectly compatible with Windows 10. So you don’t need to worry about the system compatibility. (Read top 5 free DVD Rippers)
You can free download and install Pavtube DVDAid here:
– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/dvd_ripper/
– Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-DVDAid/3000-7970_4-76158510.html
The fastest way to rip DVD to PC with DVDAid
Step 1. Import DVD movies to the program
Step 2. Choose target format
Tip: For better copying DVD to PC, you can customize video and audio options, such as Video Codec, Video Bitrate, Audio Codec, Audio Bitrate, Audio Channel, etc.
Step 3. Accelerating settings
Step 4. Copy DVD to PC
Hit on the “Convert” icon and start ripping DVD to PC. After a fast and complete conversion, you will find the ripped movie in output folder.
Above is the fastest way I find to backup DVD to PC. Now, I don’t worry about disc scratch any more. And it is convenient for me to transfer these DVD movies to other devices for enjoyment, like iTunes.