How to Rip DVD to H.265 Video to Greatly Reduce the Output Size?
H.265, also known as HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding), is a video compression standard. HEVC can double the data compression ratio at the same level video quality, or substantially improve video quality at the same bit rate.
Ripping DVD to H.265 video can greatly compress the source size to free your disk space with no quality loss, and can even presents you better output quality. It's definitely a win-win strategy. And to convert DVD to H.265 video, just leave this task to Sothink DVD Ripper. It not only has the support for DVD to H.265 video conversion, but also provides various H.265 video format options including: MP4 H.254, MKV H.265, 3D MP4 H.265 and 3D MKV H.265.
Following, please take a look at the detailed steps.
Step 1: Launch Sothink DVD Ripper, and load the source
After installation, double click Sothink quick launcher to run it, and then choose DVD Ripper from the welcome screen.
Following, load the source DVD disc/ISO/folder you want to rip to H.265 according to the instructions.
Step 2: Choose one H.265 format you need, and select the output directory
After source loading, move to the right pane and click the profile switcher to choose one H.265format either from the Video tab or 3D Format of Format part. Then, select the output titles, audio tracks and subtitles you need.
To reach the goal that make the output video more fit for you need, you could make the most of the Advanced Settings and the video edit feature Sothink provides, which enables you to set audio and video parameters you need yourself, and deeply customize the output video either the output content and the output video effect.
After that, don't forget to select the output location for storing the output video at the Save to part.
Step 3: Start to rip DVD to H.265 video
Now that you've made all settings to make the result more close to your need, you can take the last step to run the DVD to H.265 video ripping task, which only requests you to hit the Start button. And then, you can take a rest, and leave the rest to Sothink.
OK, that's the entire process. Now, you can check the resultant video. Unbelievable output size compared with the original DVD, right? And the output quality is even better than the source.
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