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Rip and Put 300+ DVD movies onto a video hard drive on MacOS Sierra

You can stream DVD movies on TV with DVD Player. But when the quantity of your DVD collection is up to 300+, searching the disc you want from the 300+ DVD discs will be a headache. So it will be a good idea to copy your 300+ DVD movies onto a video hard drive so you can ditch the DVDs and watch your movies in your home theater through your entertainment system.

It is not hard to copy 300+ DVD movies onto a video hard drive with a decent DVD Ripper. Here, Pavtube BDMagic for Mac is recommended strongly. This DVD Ripping tool on Mac is designed for both Blu-ray and DVD ripping. It can decrypt Blu-ray AACS, BD+, MKB v61, MKB v62 and remove DVD encryption including CSS, region code, RCE, Sony ArccOS, UOPs, Disney x-project DRM, etc then 1:1 copy your 300+ DVD movies to video hard drive in original video structure. It also can copy DVD to VOB files for storing external hard drive to remove the other info in DVD discs. This Mac DVD copy tool is fully compatible with the newest MacOS Sierra, which make you rip Blu-ray and DVD on macOS Sierra without any hassle.

If you want to stream DVD on TV or watch DVD on Xbox One S via USB stick, you also can convert DVD to MP4, MKV, AVI, WMV, etc digital files to video hard drive. Pavtube BDMagic for Mac supports batch conversion and shut down computer after conversion, so you can add multiple DVD movies at a time and take on shut down computer so that you don't need to wait in front of the computer.

Steps-by-Steps Guide to Copy 300+ DVD to Video Hard Drive on MacOS Sierra

Step 1: Run DVD ripping tool and insert your DVD to internal/external drive and click “File” to load the DVD discs to copy DVD to External Hard Drive. DVD discs, DVD folders, DVD IFO/ISO are all supported.

Tips:
1.You can add more than one DVD movies at a time for its batch conversion function.

2. You can choose desired subtitle and audio track and forced subtitle below the chapter list.

load DVD

Step 2: Now you should choose a way to copy DVD to Video Hard Drive.

Here, you have three choices:

Option A - Full Disc Copy DVD to Video Hard Drive

You can keep all the information in DVD movies, including main title, advertisement, chapter markers, review and the whole audio/subtitle streams.

Click  on the top of the menu.

Option B - Directly Copy DVD to Video Hard Drive

Just the main title of the original DVD disc will be preserved in this way. It will save many space on your hard drive. 

Navigate to “Format” > “Copy” > “Directly Copy” 

Option C – Convert DVD to MP4/MKV/MOV to Video Hard Drive

Transforming DVD to MP4, MKV, MOV, AVI, etc popular format gives you wide playback on different devices such as Samsung TV, LG TV, PS4, PS3, Xbox One S, Tablet, Laptop, etc via video Hard Drive. 

Click “Format”, you can choose the desired format in “Common Video” or “HD Video” profiles. On the other hand, you can choose the optimized preset for mainstreaming multimedia players, like PS3/PS4, TV, HD Media Player, etc.

Note: In the third way, you can adjust the video/audio parameters in “Settings” to determine the output video size. 

Step 3: If you chose the latter two ways, click big red “Convert” on the UI to begin copying 300+ DVD to video Hard Drive on macOS Sierra. Locate the generated video in output folder.

Finally, you can transfer DVD copied to video hard drive, then you can stream the DVD movies on TV, PS4 Pro, Xbox One S, PC any devices with a USB port.

Other DVD Ripping Tools for MacOS Sierra

Besides Pavtube BDMagic, you can use other DVD copy tools to copy your 300+ DVD discs to video hard drive.

Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac can copy DVD to lossless/uncompressed MKV files to video hard drive with lossless video quality and copy DVD with multiple subtitle and audio tracks in MP4, MOV, AVI formats.

Handbrake can copy unprotected DVDs to video hard drive in mp4 and mkv formats.

MakeMKV can rip DVD to MKV in lossless quality to video hard drive like Pavtube ByteCopy. Learn >> MakeMKV vs Pavtube ByteCopy

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