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How to Rip and Convert DVD to AVI on Mac without Quality Loss

Audio Video Interleave, namely AVI, is among the most common video file formats. The video quality of AVI file is usually pretty good, it’s comparatively smaller in size and widely supported by a vast range of devices and media players, so many Mac users desire to rip DVD to AVI, which allows them to nice backup DVDs on your Mac to manage your movie collection with just a few clicks and save the batteries and natural wares caused from reading your DVD in your optical drive.

To convert DVD to AVI on Mac OS, you are highly recommended a professional app, CloneDVD DVD Ripper for Mac, to be your assistant. The Mac app is specially designed for converting video and audio files. By years of developing and upgrades, the intuitive application enables you to do the conversion as quickly and easily as possible. If you are using Win, please turn to the DVD Ripper for Win. Now got it and follow the guide below to begin ripping DVD to AVI.

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How to Rip and Convert DVD to AVI on Mac OS X with Ease?

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Step 1. Go to the File menu, choose “Load DVD Files” to locate the DVD movies that you want to rip.

Step 2. Open the format list then choose AVI under the Common Video section. If you want to import the output files to portable devices, such as PSP, Xbox, Nokia, BlackBerry, even iOS devices like iPod, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV for playback, you then are offered some predefined settings for those popular devices, which means, you can choose the corresponding device as the output format.

Step 3. Hit the “Start” button to start video conversion on Mac. you can let this intuitive VOB to AVI converter software automatically switch off the computer when the conversion is done.