"Can I backup DVD to USB Type C/3.1 or Flash Drive for personnel storing?" When you have tons of movies in DVD disc, this common question will arise spontaneously. No matter what reasons you has to rip a movie from DVD, watching DVD on iPhone, iPad or Android tablet for a long journey, avoiding precious DVD getting broken or lost, or saving room in your house (a 1TB hard drive full of movies could save a huge amount of cubic meters in your house). Copying DVD to USB drive would be in your great help. Below content shows you how to rip DVDs to your Mac or PC for USB Type C/3.1/Flash Drive transferring via Hard drive.
No more talking but straight to our tasks, to get DVDs onto USB Flash drive, we'll need a third-party DVD ripping software to get the content off the DVD disc as a protection-free and easily readable element for streaming to your Ultra HD TV, home theatre projectors, iPad or tablets etc. There're kinds of different software out there (some free, some not) with a variety of different options like the well-known Handbrake for ripping standard Def DVDs, however, it seems a bit overwhelming when deals with region-locked or copy-protected DVD discs. Don't be upset, Dimo DVDmate for Mac is the excellent alternative DVD ripper to Handbrake bypassing DVD copy protection, even to output lossless mkv from a source DVD.
With DVDmate for Mac, 1:1 copying DVD discs to readable formats via USB Flash drive based on your Mac or PC is just like a breeze, while keeping the original quality - even those that have been region-locked or copy-protected - and convert the files for use on a huge range of smartphones, tablets, media players and smart TVs. Just a few clicks needed, it can handle all the most recent encryption technologies, including DVD CSS, RCE, UOP, APS, Sony ArccOS and Disney X-Project DRM, and it's updated continuously to handle any new protection schemes, so that DVDs can be converted to DivX and Xvid formats, MP4, WMV, MKV, MOV and so on. You can also refer to its windows version to rip or copy DVD to USB Type C/3.1/Flash drive on Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista as you like. 100% clean and lightweight, no plugin, no ads, no spam.
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Insert your DVD disc to the drive, then launch the DVD ripping software and click the "Add DVD" button to have the DVD content imported. You can also add VIDEO_TS folder, DVD ISO files are the source files for converting.
Click "Select Format" bar and choose your desired format from the tons of file format presets available in the program. To store hundreds of DVD's on USB Type C 3.1 or Flash Drive, you can rip DVD to "MP4", or "AVI", "MKV", etc compressed format from "Video".
To the DVD discs containing multi-language and soundtracks like 5.1 stereo passthrough, please head to "Multi-track" menu to choose "Lossless MKV" or "Multi-track MP4".
Tip: With the right settings you can retain the quality of the original DVD while also saving space. This is particularly helpful when streaming over your network, depending on your network quality. Simply click "Settings" bar and you can tweak the settings to your satisfaction and even save it as preset. Remember the file size and video quality is based more on bitrate than resolution which means bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss.
Hit "Start" button to start the conversion of DVD to USB Type C 3.1/Flash Drive. After the movie content is taken from DVD to USB Type-C/3.1, you can connect USB drive to computer,TV etc. without DVD drive to play DVD movie more conviently, or freely transfer DVDs between computers with no DVD drive, or just for a backup.
Another option to save DVD movies to USB/Flash Drive by Dimo Video Converter Ultimate
Only $45.95, which can save you $63.9 (BDmate $39.95 + Videomate $39.95 + DVDmate $29.95 = $109.85), then you can enjoy any Blu-ray/DVD/ISO or common movies freely on Windows and Mac.
Still failed to backup DVD contents to USB or Flash Drive? Please feel free to Email Us or comment below to let us know what kinds of problems you're issuing with DVD ripping and we'll see what we can do to help.