How to convert DVD to AVI on Mac

Have you been searching a versatile program that can convert DVD to various video formats but also support converting between video formats? You can stop your hunting steps and find the right one here. Leawo Video Converter Pro for Mac is what you need to convert DVD to AVI on Mac. It is a professional and all-in-one converter which merged Mac DVD Ripper and Video Converter for Mac. Using Leawo Video Converter Pro for Mac, you can easily do the conversion between DVD and video formats. Following we will share you how to convert DVD to AVI on Mac with this powerful Video Converter Pro for Mac.

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Guide: How to convert DVD to AVI on Mac
Step1. Import DVD
Drag-and-drop DVD files or simply click “Load DVD” button to import DVD files to this total video converter for Mac for converting. You can select Subtitle, Audio and Angle after loading if provided.

Step2. Choose AVI as the output format
Click the clickable icon before 3D to choose AVI as output profile in “Common Video”. Various output profile options are provided for you to choose from, according to your devices. For your convenience, you can directly input your desired format or your device name to the profile search bar for quick profile settings.

Step3. Settings
To meet your devices or your needs exactly, you can click “+” button to reset profile parameters, including: video codec, audio codec, quality, video size, bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, etc.

Step4. Edit (Optional)
Video Converter Pro for Mac also provides practical and useful video editing features for you to customize your DVD before you start the conversion for more fun and enjoyment. Right click each DVD chapter and select “Media Edit” to enter the video editing panel. Five tabs could be seen: Trim, Crop, Rotation, Effect and Watermark.

Step5. Converting DVD to AVI on Mac
After aforementioned have been done, you can go back to the home interface and click the “Convert” button to start to convert DVD to AVI on Mac.

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