Upload DVD to YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo etc video-sharing website
Many friends have their DVD movies but need to put it on YouTube or share with friends on YouTube. The problem is they don’t know how to convert DVD to YouTube videos. Generally, YouTube accepts videos in AVI, MOV, WMV, MPEG, and MP4, etc. So, the first thing is to rip and convert DVD to YouTube video formats, and then cut them into individual clips and put them onto YouTube.
People have become very used to the self publish of videos online with the inclusion of YouTube. YouTube tends to have a lower quality for videos, includes ads at alll levels, and is not always what proficient digital video producers want to use to publish and embed their videos. Vimeo, as the new kid on the block, is much better regarded by online video producers because of its great video playback support. With Vimeo you can easily embed videos onto your website, social networking pages, or create your own profile, all in the effort to share media and promote yourself. To get the video from your digital video editing program onto the Vimeo sharing service you can follow a few easy steps.
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Then How to upload DVD to YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo etc video-sharing website?
Here have a perfect DVD Ripper can help you easy and fast upload DVD to YouTube, Facebook, Viemo etc video-sharing website.
(1) Download and Install best DVD Ripper ( Download Now )
(2) Load DVD File to the DVD to YouTube Converter
Click to directly load any DVD movie file from a DVD-Rom once the DVD disc is inserted into the DVD ROM of your computer.
Click to load DVD video files saved on your windows machine or import several DVD files simultaneously.
Click to add specific DVD ISO or IFO files you choose into the best DVD converter tool.
(3) Choose output formats
DVD to YouTube converter supported multimedia formats:
Video: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (*.mp4), H.264 HD Video (*.mov), QuickTime HD Video (*.mov), QuickTime Movie format (*.mov), WMV HD Video (*.wmv), MPEG2 HD Video (*.mpg, *.mpeg), MPEG TS HD Video (*.ts), DivX-HD (*.avi), MP4, AVI, MKV, WMV, MPG, MPEG, FLV, F4V, 3GP, MOV, ASF, 3G2, SWF, VOB, TS, DivX, XviD, DV, VCD/DVD/SVCD, M4V, etc.
(4) Last click “convert” to start the conversion
Now you can upload Videos to YouTube
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