Set DVD video bitrates when ripping DVD

Aug 08th, 2011 by dvdxplayer 4,016 views |Comments Off

How to easily and freely set DVD video bitrates when you are ripping the DVD movie? It’s super easy to set DVD video bitrates if the DVD ripper software you are using with a built in video bitrate calculator. Here I recommend a DVD ripper freeware which supports setting video bitrate as you wish when you are ripping your DVD movie. This DVD ripper freeware named CloneDVD from the website . The operation of setting DVD video bitrate with CloneDVD is super simple.

Step 1: download CloneDVD from from the Internet. Before purchasing it, you can try its free version which supports copying 3 DVD disc for free without any limitation including setting DVD video bitrates. Then set up the .exe application file by following the installation wizard and launch the program on computer instantly to free try the software and to set DVD video bitrate from 200kbps to 2048kbps.

Step 2: insert your DVD disc into the computer DVD-ROM drive. CloneDVD will auto decrypt, indentify the DVD and show the DVD contents on the main interface.

Step 3: set your output folder and output format (AVI or ASF or MP4 or 3GP).

Step 4: click Setting button to pop up the Setting window, click the drop down list of Output type to choose Customized, then click Edit button to pop up the Advanced Setting window. We can freely set the video bitrate from 200kbps to 2048kbps.

Step 5: click OK to save the changes. Setting DVD video bitrate is done, and then move on ripping your DVD.

It’s really easy to set DVD video bitrate when you are ripping your DVD movie as long as you are using the DVD ripper with default video bitrate calculator. If you need more information about CloneDVD, please refer to . If you have any questions on ripping DVD movies to portable devices, please refer to CloneDVD for Mobile supporting ripping any DVD movie to AVI, ASF, iPod, PSP, iPhone, BlackBerry, 3G mobile phones.

Basic information of bit rate

Bit rate often written as bitrate is the number of bits that are conveyed per unit of time. Bit rate is quantified using the bits per second (bits/s or bps) unit. We often use kilo bits per second (kbit/s or kbps) or mega bits per second (Mbit/s or Mbps), or giga bits per second (Gbit/s or Gbps), or tera bits per second (Tbit/s or Tbps) for counting.


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