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How to convert DVD to QuickTime file on Mac

QuickTime is the default media player on Mac OS. Though it is developed by Apple, it is not only used on Mac OS X, but also Windows, and other platforms. QT allows your MAC, PC to work with real-time movies, sounds, and high-quality compressed images.
QuickTime(.mov) is also regarded as a video format which functions as a multimedia container file that contains one or more tracks, each of which store a particular type of data, such as audio, video, effects, or text.
If you are looking for ways to rip DVD to QuickTime(.mov), then just follow the step by step guide on how to convert DVD to QuickTime(QT) for Mac.
Step1. Download and install Mac DVD Ripping software Download Daniusoft DVD Ripper for Mac
Then, just insert your favorite DVD on the DVD-ROM and load your DVD files to the program through "Load DVD". Alternatively, you can hit "Load IFO" to import IFO files. In a minute, your DVD files will be listed at the main panel. There you can learn your original video duration and trimmed video duration if you have trimmed your DVD movies.

Step2. Output Setting Select "MOV" from the output formats list in "format" drop-down list. Go to "Output" to set the output directory to save the converted files. You can also adjust other settings such as video quality, audio track, Bitrates, aspect ratio, brightness, contrast, saturation, etc.

Step3. Convert DVD to QuickTime on Mac When the settings are done, click the "Start" button to start conversion. And then the program will automatically start to rip DVD to QuickTime file.

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Mac Media Player

Any of the following are good:
QuickTime with Perian
Real Player 10 for Mac OS
Windows Media Player for Mac OS X 9.0If you don't have Mac OS X, get the Windows Media Player for Mac 7.1 which runs on the Macintosh Classic OS.

VLC media player for Mac OS X
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Oct 12, 2008 | Apple QuickTime

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