Video Encoder: for different formats, you have
different choice here, but attention, the original option can't
be used in DVD Ripper and blu-ray ripper module. It is only valid in
VideoConverter module. That means use the video's original code to
Video Bitrate: we re-set 1000 and 2500 two
options. You can also input the value you wanted here. The higher the
value, the higher the video quality.
Video Frame rate:
we offer 7 options for you to choose.
Original means use the same frame rate as the original
dvd or blu-ray to rip.
If you want to play NTSC dvd on PAL player, please
choose 25 to rip. On the contary, if you want to play PAL dvd on NTSC
player, please choose 23.97 to rip.
Some mobile phone may only playback video at 15 frame
rate, so first you should make sure how much frame rate you mobile phone
supports to avoid unplayable issue.
Resolution settings: first please choose Video
Resolution Mode, then set the width and height.
gave you three options in Video Resolution Mode.
Keep Aspect: Keep the original aspect ratio. In this mode, even the
width and height you set isn't reasonable or wrongly, our program will auto
adjust it to make sure the the output video in right aspect ratio. That
means, the output video resolution will close to the one you set.
Scale: The resolution of the output video will equal to
the value you input in width and height boxes.
Original: in this mode, you can't set the resolution.
Our program will output nearly the same resolution as the original
Crop section: This is related to resolution
settings. If you want to crop the black bars in dvds or blu-rays, please
first choose Presets first, then set the resolution. With crop
option, you can get full screen and non-distortion video on your device
which has the same aspect ratio as the dvds or blu-rays. If your
device's aspect ratio is 16:9, please don't use crop, just set the
Presets to NONE.
Presets: Now, we lists out most aspect
ratio of dvds and blu-rays. First, please look at the back cover of the
dvd or blu-rays you want to rip, check it's original aspect ratio. If it
is DVD NTSC format with 2.40:1, then you should choose "DVD NTSC 2.40:1"
Then choose "Scale" from the Video Resolution
Mode drop-down list, set the width and height. The width and height
should be also in the same ratio as the original movie. So here it
should be 2:40:1, for example, you can input 480 in width box and 200 in
height box. For the x and y box, width and height box in
crop section, you can just ignore it. Our program will auto fill it.
If you needn't crop, remember to set the Presets to
Attention: different movie has different aspect ratio,
after ripping a movie with crop, remember to change the settings
according to the movie. Or the output video may be distorted.