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Buyer’s Guide to Selecting DVD to iPad Converter Software

When purchasing a tool to convert DVD to iPad supported formats, it’s important to know what to look for and which features are most important.

DVD to iPad converters need to rip, convert and export video while maintaining true digital picture and sound quality. The software should also make it quick and easy to transfer files to your iPad.

Our top two products, Aiseesoft DVD to iPad Converter and iSkysoft DVD to iPad Converter for Mac have all these features and perform the best DVD rips and conversions.

Ease of Use

It’s important that the software be easy to use. You should be able to drop your DVD into your computer, open the software, start the DVD ripping and conversion, then easily transfer the video to your iPad. How fast does the software rip the DVD?

Video Format Conversion

This refers to the types of video files the software will convert the DVD movie to without noticeable loss of audio and video quality. The software should especially create formats that will work with the iPad and other handheld and mobile devices – formats such as QuickTime (MOV), MP4, H.264, MPEG, AVI, Flash (FLV) and others. You should also be able to customize the quality level and video size.

Handheld and Mobile Device Support

The screen size differs between the various Apple handheld and mobile devices, so the video size will differ to better fit the screen. As such, the DVD to iPad converter software should at the very least support video sizes for the various video-ready iPads. Some software also supports the iPhone and iPod, both of which have larger and higher-resolution screens.

Help & Support

Every good DVD to iPad converter software app comes with great tech support. Support options should include phone, email, live chat, user forums to connect with others, a user manual and a FAQs page.

Watch your DVDs on your iPad by converting them with DVD to iPad converter software then transferring them to your favorite Apple handheld or mobile device. Not only that, but you get a backup digital copy of your DVDs that you can keep on your computer..