Here is the quick guide for you to rip and convert ISO files to MOV for play on mac with QuickTime or other compatible media players, the lastest mac Sierra included.
A ISO image file is the backup of a DVD movie that contains all the VOB files on a DVD. There are many reasons why you want to convert DVD ISO image files to MOV, for instance, play the movies on Apple iPhone/iPad/iPod or edit the videos in iMovie, Final Cut Pro, etc. In this article, you are going to see how to rip or convert ISO to MOV easily and fast.
How to Rip and Convert ISO Files to MOV Videos?
In order to rip or convert ISO files to MOV files, what you need is an ISO file converting tool. Brorsoft DVD Ripper is the great help for you to convert DVD ISO to MOV videos and more regular file format like mp4, avi, mpg, mkv, wmv, flv, etc with high quality and fast encoding speed. Besides ISO image files, this DVD ripper can also rip DVD disc, Video_TS folder to any popular video format you want.
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Guide: Rip and Convert ISO to MKV
STEP 1. Load ISO files to the converter
Run DVD Ripper and click DVD icon to add ISO movies from your computer. All the loaded files will be listed on the left item bar and you can preview them on the right as the picture below shows.
Tips: You have the option of editing videos as you want. Just click “Edit” button on the menu bar to accomplish editing tasks. Or use “Merge into one file” to join multiple ISO files s into one.
Step 2. Choose MKV as output format
Click Format bar and select “MKV(Matroska) Video (*.mkv)” as output format from “Common Video” category. If you want to get better HD video quality, just select “MKV HD Video (*.mkv)” from “HD Video” category.
Tip: If you need, you can click “Setting” to tweak the detailed video and audio encoding settings.
Step 3. Start converting ISO to MKV videos
Finally, tap the “Convert” button to begin converting Blu-ray ISO files to MKV videos. After a while, you will get the MKV video files for easy playing and uploading.
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