How to Rip and Convert DVD to DPG for NDS?
DPG, known as nDs-mPeG, is a video format especially for NDS (Nintendo Dual Screen). Though there may not be many people incline to choose NDS to watch movie due to its screen size and resolution, which results in the shortage of DVD to DPG converter, the dual screen design and the light-weight features make it a good choice for watching movies.
Sothink DVD Ripper aims to take users' needs into consideration, and can rip any DVD to any devices in support of DVD playback. It can rip and convert DVD to the standard DPG format for NDS exclusively, and keep the original quality as much as it can. More importantly, the whole process only needs steps.
Following, I will share you the detailed steps.
Step 1: Launch Sothink DVD Ripper, and load the source
Download and install Sothink quick launcher if you haven't got one, and get it launched following. When the welcome screen shows, choose DVD Ripper from it.
Insert the DVD disc you want to rip into the optical drive, or navigate it through the Add buttons. You can simply drag & drop it into the main UI when it comes to be an ISO file or a folder.
Step 2: Choose NDS, and make settings
Few seconds later, the source DVD is in. Then, click the profile switcher at the right pane, and choose NDS following: Device -> Others. Next, select the titles, audio tracks and subtitles you need.
If the default settings are not what you need, you can change them to fit for you need with Sothink's Advanced Settings and video edit feature, like setting the video & audio parameters, adjusting video effect, trimming the video, cropping the display area, adding external subtitles, watermarks, etc.
After that, go to the Save to part located at the lowest interface, and select the output path with enough disk space.
Step 3: Start to rip DVD to NPG
Click the Start button, Sothink will immediately start to rip DVD to NPG. You can get detailed progress information, and cancel it anytime during the process.
That's all! Now you can enjoy your favorite DVD movies for relaxing after getting tired of playing games with no need to change device.
For more information, please visit: http://www.sothinkmedia.com/dvd-ripper.htm.