How to Rip & Re-encode Movie DVDs to Google TV H.264/MPEG4/WMV Videos
Google TV is an OTT platform, designed for use with a remote control and/or keyboard interface, that lets consumers view both user-generated and consumer content. Whether through third-party applications from the Google Play store, the Chrome web browser, or integrated applications such as YouTube, the intent of Google TV is to make online video content or games available in the living room.
Google TV works primarily through the DLNA, however, it also allows users copy their own video (movie) stuff to NAS or SD/TF cards, and then stream or transfer to Google TV for viewing, therefore, if you have some movies or TV programing on DVD discs, and are tired of playing them via your DVD player, you can consider ripping & converting DVDs to Google-TV-friendly H.264, MPEG4, or WMV videos, and then copy the DVD-Rip files to NAS or SD/TF cards for watching through your Google TV. Here’s how:
- Directly download Aimersoft DVD Ripper and install it.
- After installation, run this DVD Ripper on your PC, and then click the “Load DVD” button to load the DVD files into this program. (of course, be sure the DVD Disc you want to rip is in your DVD Drive).
- Select the output format for Google TV. As Google TV supports H.264 (MP4, MKV, MOV, AVCHD, 3GP), MPEG-4 part 2 (MP4, DIVX, AVI, 3GP) WMV (ASF, AVI). So hit the Format bar and follow Common Video » MP4.
- Adjust output profile parameters. Reset output profile parameters like video codec, audio codec, bit rate, aspect ratio, frame rate, video size, channel, etc by clicking the “Settings” button.
- Start conversion. After all the steps above, the final step is to start the conversion by hitting the "Start" button on the lower right corner of Aimersoft DVD Ripper. As soon as the conversion is done, you can get the ripped video by clicking "Open" icon. Done!
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