How to Rip and Convert DVD to WMV?
WMV, short for Window Media Video, is a stream media format developed from ASF (Advanced Stream Format). Video files with WMV format can be downloaded while being played back, thus, it's suitable for broadcast and transportation.
Converting DVD to WMV is not a rocket science. It only requires you several minutes and few mouse clicks with Sothink DVD Ripper. The process is painless, and this powerful and reliable DVD ripper and converter software will be present you a result not inferior to the source.
Following are the detailed steps sharing with you.
Step 1: Get Sothink DVD Ripper started, add the DVD you want to rip
After completing the installation, double click SothinkMedia launcher to get it started. And then opt for DVD Ripper by clicking the related icon.
Following, add the DVD you want to rip following the instructions.
Step 2: Choose WMV, and set the output path for storing the resulting video
Click the profile switcher to enter into Sothink's rich profile library, and select WMV from the Video tab of Format part. Then, select the titles, audio tracks and subtitles you want to keep in the result.
Sothink's Advanced Settings empowers you to set all the video and audio parameters regarding the output video.
If you want to deeply customize the video, go to the video edit part. You can adjust the video effect, trim any parts you need, crop the display area, and you can choose to rotate it with 90°clockwise or counterclockwise. You can also brand it by adding some watermarks, or add external subtitles if you don't satisfied with the embedded ones.
At last, move to the Save to part, and click the folder icon to set the output path for storing the resulting video.
Step 3: Start the DVD to WMV conversion
It's time to execute the DVD to WMV conversion task if you've made all settings feel right for your need. This can be simply done by making a mouse click to trigger the Start button. Few minutes later, the process will be finished.
OK, done! For more information, please visit: http://www.sothinkmedia.com/dvd-ripper.htm.