How to Rip and Convert DVD to Microsoft Zune?
Zune is a brand of digital media products and services marketed by Microsoft, and included a line of portable media players, digital media player software for Windows PCs, a music subscription service known as a "Zune Music Pass", music and video streaming services for the Xbox 360 game console via the Zune Software, music, TV and movie sales. All Zune devices are surely pretty good devices for watching movies and enjoying the audio files.
Following is the how-to guide.
Step 1: Run Sothink DVD Ripper, and load the source
Get Sothink quick launcher started after successful installation, and choose DVD Ripper from the welcome screen.
Following, load the DVD disc/ISO/folder you want to rip to Zune according to the instructions.
Step 2: Choose your Microsoft Zune, and make settings
After source loading, move to the right pane and click the profile switcher to enter into Sothink's profile library, then choose your Microsoft Zune following: Device -> Microsoft. Next, choose the output titles, audio & subtitle stream you need.
Sothink can help you make the output video more close to what you expect. You can set the audio and video parameters regarding the output video from the Advanced Settings part, and you can deeply customize the output video with its video edit feature to adjust the video effect, trim video, crop display area, add watermark or external subtitles, etc. Without customizations, the DVD to Zune ripping task will be executed with default settings.
After that, move to the Save to part, and select the output path for storing the output video.
Step 3: Start to rip DVD
Hit on the Start button at the bottom right corner of the interface, Sothink will immediately begin ripping DVD and finish it soon. You can get detailed progress information, and you can also cancel anytime you want during the process.
OK, that's all! Now, just transfer the output video from the output path you selected to your Zune connected to your PC. And you can view your favorite DVD movies with your Microsoft Zune by then.