How to Upload DVD Movies to Google Drive?

Google Drive is a safe space that you can upload and backup all videos, photos, important documents onto it. You have access to them on smartphone, tablet, or computer anywhere, anytime. Easily invite others to view, edit, or leave comments on any of your files or folders. If you want to store movies from DVD discs to Google Drive, you’re in the right place. This tutorial will share an easy method to rip and upload all your DVDs to Google Drive for easier streaming.

Let’s start with the first topic of which formats are supported by Google Drive. Details as below:

  • WebM files (Vp8 video codec; Vorbis Audio codec)
  • MPEG-4, 3GPP, and MOV files (H.264 and MPEG4 video codecs; AAC audio codec)
  • AVI (MJPEG video codec; PCM audio)
  • MPEG PS (MPEG2 video codec; MP2 audio)
  • WMV
  • FLV (Adobe – FLV1 video codec, MP3 audio)
  • MTS

For the purpose of uploading and backup movies from DVD discs to Google Drive, you’d better choose a proper DVD to Google Drive converter that can rip any (protected) DVDs to Google Drive compatible formats as above. Here, I suggest you try Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Windows | Mac, which ranks high among the market and is good at ripping any (protected) DVD to Google Drive supported file formats in fast speed while keep its original video quality. Besides, this easy-to-use yet professional DVD ripper can also rip DVD to optimized videos for playback on iPad, iPod, iPhone, Xbox 360, PS3/PS4, Galaxy Tab, Kindle Fire HD and more. With a built-in video editor, you are able to adjust movies effects like: add watermarks, trim video length, crop black bar, change visual effects and more.

Free Download DVD to Google Drive Converter:

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Guide: Rip DVDs to Google Drive Supported Video formats for Easier Streaming

Windows Version Brorsoft DVD Ripper taken as example, Mac Version share the same steps, just keep in mind you have download the right version, Windows platform .exe files cannot be installed on macOS – and vice versa.

Step 1. Load DVD movies

Install and run the best DVD to Google Drive converter, click the “Load Disc” button to load your DVD movies to the program.


Step 2. Select output format

Go to Format bar and choose WebM, MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, FLV formats from Common Video or HD Video category for Google Drive.


Tip: Click the “Settings” icon, you can adjust codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channel for your output videos.

Step 3. Start Converting DVD Movies for Google Drive

Finally, click Convert button to rip and convert DVDs to Google Drive supported WebM, MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, FLV formats.

Once finished, hit the “Open output folder” on the main interface to get the converted files.

Then, upload and backup the converted DVD movies to Google Drive with the 2 ways offered below:

Option one: Drag and drop:
If you’re using the latest version of Chrome or Firefox, you can drag a folder from your desktop into Google Drive. You can also drag files directly into folders or sub folders.

Option two: Upload files using Google Drive
1. Go to
2. On the left, click “New”.
3. Select “File upload”.
4. Select file you want to upload from. To select multiple files, press “Ctrl (PC)” or “Command (Mac)” and click all the files to upload.
5. You’ll see a box that shows the progress of your file upload. To open the file, click the file name. To close the box, click the “X”.

Additional Tips:

If you not only want to rip DVDs, but also intent to rip Blu-rays or convert HD Videos such as 4K XAVC/XAVC-S, MXF, M4V for Google Drive, Brorsoft Video Converter Ultimate (or iMedia Converter for Mac) will be your first and best choice.

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