Let's say you have purchased a DVD movie and you want to be able to view it in your mobile, your iPod or even in your PSP. In this guide we will show how to do this easily using DVDFab Platinum. You can download a trial version of DVDFabPlatinum here or you can buy DVDFab Platinum here . There is also a light version, DVDFab Gold. You can download a trial version of DVDFab Gold here or you can buy DVDFab Gold here> . If you want to test it first you can download a trial version here. DVDFab is able to remove almost any copy protection from the dvd disk such as CSS, RC, RCE, APS, UOPs, ARccOS, RipGuard, FluxDVD, CORE X2, etc. Now let’s continue with the tutorial!

 

Put your DVD in the dvd rom tray, run DVDFab and let's get started!


Copy to Mobile

First we will see how to copy a DVD-9 to view it in your mobile phone. Choose the source directory (1) which would be your dvd rom drive and then click on Generic from the ‘DVD to Mobile’ panel (2). 

Choose the directory where the files will be stored (1). You may choose which part of the video to convert, use the preview window to check which one is the main movie if you don’t want to have any extras, introduction etc. (2), your preferable audio (3) and subtitle (4) languages. Here I have chosen English as audio and Greek subtitles. When you are done press ‘Next’. 

In this screen click on generic (1) and press ‘Configure’ (2).

In this screen choose the video type that is supported from your mobile (1), mp4 usually will be ok, as well as the ‘Frame Resolution’ (2). 176x128 shoud be ok. You may play with the rest options. In the Size(MB) (3) box you can see how much space the ripped video will need. Less bitrate means smaller file but also worst quality. When you are done press 'Ok'.

Now press ‘Start’ and the rip will begin. 

When the whole procedure is completed click on ‘Finish’. 

You will find the video file in your target directory under a folder named generic. Copy the video file to your mobile and you are ready! 

DVDFab is probably the best software at this time for copying your legally purchased dvds. Buy DVDFab Platinum here or DVDFab Gold here! 

Copy to iPod

Now we will see how to copy a DVD-9 to your iPod device.  Choose the source directory (1) which would be your dvd rom drive and then click on iPod from the ‘DVD to Mobile’ panel (2).

Choose the directory where the files will be stored (1). You may choose which part of the video to convert, use the preview window to check which one is the main movie if you don’t want to have any extras, introduction etc. (2), your preferable audio (3) and subtitle (4) languages. When you are done press ‘Next’.
 

From the the task list click on ipod (1). Next press ‘Configure’ (2).

Here you can choose your preferable video format (1), h264 or mpeg4, the video ‘Frame Resolution’ (2). You may play with the rest options. In the Size(MB) (3) box you can see how much space the ripped video will need. Less bitrate means smaller file but also worst quality. When you finish press OK.

Now press ‘Start’ and the rip will begin.

When the whole procedure is completed click on ‘Finish’.

You will find the video file in your target directory under a folder named ipod. Copy the video file to your ipod and you are ready!

DVDFab is propably the best software at this time for copying your legally purchased dvds. Buy DVDFab Platinum here or DVDFab Gold here! 

Copy to PSP

Now we will see how to copy a DVD-9 to your PSP.  Choose the source directory (1) which would be your dvd rom drive and then click on PSP from the ‘DVD to Mobile’ panel (2). 

Choose the directory where the files will be stored (1). You may choose which part of the video to convert, use the preview window to check which one is the main movie if you don’t want to have any extras, introduction etc. (2), your preferable audio (3) and subtitle (4) languages. When you are done press ‘Next’.

From the the task list click on PSP (1). Next press ‘Configure’ (2).

Here you can choose your preferable video format (1), h264 or mpeg4, the video ‘Frame Resolution’ (2). You may play with the rest options. In the Size(MB) (3) box you can see how much space the ripped video will need. Less bitrate means smaller file but also worst quality. When you finish press OK.

Now press ‘Start’ and the rip will begin.

When the whole procedure is completed click on ‘Finish’.

You will find the video file in your target directory under a folder named psp. Copy the video file to your PSP and you are ready!

DVDFab is propably the best software at this time for copying your legally purchased dvds. Download a trial version of DVDFab Platinum here or DVDFab Gold here. Buy DVDFab Platinum here or DVDFab Gold here!

 

Comments (7)

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Choosing the largest title to process will not always process the main movie: example, "A Good Year". Use the preview window to make sure you have selected correctly.
Joey Jabbadoo , April 18, 2007
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Thanks for the hint Joey. This has never occured to me but just in case I have changed this part in the guide. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , April 18, 2007
Frame Resolution
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I'm trying to figure out which frame resolution is best for my PSP if the DVD I'm ripping is 16:9. When I use the default 320 x 240 I have to magnify the movie on my PSP which of course is less quality. Is there a screen size that works better for PSP?
Aaron , April 19, 2007
Where do i put a PSP file once I have co
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I have been looking for the awnser to this question for a while and can't find it any where. :? I have draged video files into the video folder both on the memory stick and on the PSP smilies/sad.gif nither one will play from the sys please help
Justin , May 03, 2007
Creative Zen Vision M
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Can DVDFab be used to convert DVD to run on a Creative Zen Vision M?
Tim Phillips , June 28, 2007
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I made a little search and I found that Zen supports Xvid videos. Therefore if you follow the Copy to Mobile procedure and you select generic.avi.xvid.mp3 you should be ok. You can always download the trial version from the links above and test it yourself.
axel , June 28, 2007
Creative Zen Vision M again
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Thanks for comments - will try this out!
Tim Phillips , June 29, 2007

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