Do you have several travel shows that you enjoy watching on DVD, but want to switch them into video files so that you can watch them on your PC or maybe even on a mobile device such as your smartphone or tablet? Having your travel shows at video files can be a lot more convenient in some cases – but most people simply don’t know how to switch their DVDs into video files in the first place.
In actual fact, the video on your DVD is already stored as files – just they’re in specific DVD video formats such as VOB. To switch your DVDs into video files, you’ll need to be able to convert them from DVD video into a different and more widely-compatible format such as MP4 or AVI. That can be done quite easily and in a few simple steps using Movavi Video Converter:
- Click ‘Add DVD’ and select the DVD video that you want to convert.
- Open the ‘Convert to’ list and pick the format that you’d like to use.
- Click ‘Convert’ to convert the DVD into that format.
For example, if you wanted to convert VOB to AVI then you could just select AVI as the format. Alternatively, you could choose one of the presets in the list to automatically use the best format and settings for the device or platform you intend to use. Considering Movavi Video Converter has hundreds of presets for all sorts of devices and platforms (including mobile devices) – you should find one that fits without any issues.
Once you’ve converted your travel shows into DVDs you can use the software’s other features to do even more than that. If you like you could trim out any unwanted footage from the video, extract important bits and save them as individual clips, or even merge several clips together. It also has tools to let you improve the quality of your videos, insert text fields, create animated GIFs from video clips, grab screenshots from videos, and much more.
With all these options at your fingertips, you will be able to dictate exactly how you want to save your travel shows. That can come in handy, especially if you would like to experiment with the features that are available and maybe even grab the important parts of your favorite travel shows to create your very own resource that you can take with you on your mobile device when you visit a specific destination.