How to Rip and Convert DVD to MKV?
MKV, one media file of a new multimedia packaging format: Matroska, is a container format providing combination and packaging for shelling audio and video. It can package various video, audio and subtitles with different encodings into one container. MKV is a revolutionary step of traditional multimedia and hot welcomed by a vast range of video lovers.
For ripping and converting DVD to MKV, you just need few clicks and no effort with Sothink DVD Ripper. This all-purpose DVD ripper and converter software can easily complete this task with minutes and present you jaw-dropping output effect!
Next, let's work with Sothink DVD Ripper to see how to rip and convert DVD to MKV.
Step 1: Run Sothink DVD Ripper, and load the source
Get Sothink DVD Ripper launched, and load the DVD you want to rip according to the hints on the main UI.
Step 2: Choose MKV, and make settings
When the source is loaded in, click the profile switcher at the right pane to choose MKV at Video tab of Format part. Then, choose the output titles, audio and subtitle stream you need.
You can set all the video and audio parameters concerning the output video from Sothink's Advanced Settings part if you have your own requests for the result.
For more deep video customization, the built-in video editor will help you. By clicking the edit button to call up the video edit window, you can adjust the video effect, trim any parts you need, crop the display area with provided aspect ratio or customize yourself, rotate the display area with 90°clockwise or counterclockwise, add watermarks and subtitles.
After that, move to the Save to part, and click the folder icon to select the output directory.
Step 3: Begin the DVD to MKV conversion task
Click the Start button, Sothink will immediately begin the DVD to MKV conversion task. Usually, it will only take you several minutes due to its batch processing support. However, the final processing time may vary depending on your PC hardware performance and the source size.
That's all! Really easy, right?
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