How to Rip and Convert DVD to FLV?
FLV, abbreviated from Flash Video, is a container file format used to deliver video over Internet, and the de facto standard for web-based streaming video. The audio and video data within FLV files are encoded in the same manner as they are within SWF files, with a small file size and fast speed in loading.
Next, let's see how to make it.
Step 1: Launch Sothink DVD Ripper, and load the source
Get SothinkMedia quick launcher started after installing and activating it, and click DVD Ripper from the welcome screen.
Load the source DVD according to the instructions.
Step 2: Choose FLV, and customize the output video
After source loading, move to the right pane and click the profile switcher to choose FLV following: Format -> Video. Then, select the titles, audio tracks and subtitles you need.
Set the video and audio parameters regarding the output video at the Advanced Settings part in case you need.
And you can make more customizations with Sothink's built-in video editor, like adjusting video effect, trimming video, cropping or rotating video, adding subtitles, adding image or text watermarks, etc.
After that, move down to the Save to part, and click the folder icon to select the output path.
Step 3: Begin the DVD to FLV conversion
Press the Start button, DVDFab will immediately begin the task of ripping DVD to FLV. Usually, the whole process will take you around 10 minutes, however, it may vary depending on the work of your PC hardware configuration, the source size and the writing speed of your writable drive.
OK, that's the whole process. For more information, please visit: http://www.sothinkmedia.com/blu-ray-ripper.htm.