The complete guide Copying Disney DVD on Mac Yosemite 10.10

If you’ve collected a pile of Disney DVD discs, it’s time for you to learn how to copy Disney DVD movies on Mac (10.10 Yosemite included ) and then use the ripped files anywhere you want them.

Source From: Backup Disney DVD movies to MP4/MOV under Mac OS X

Have collected lost of Disney DVDs like Frozen, Saving Mr Banks, Captain America, Maleficent, Into the Woods? Want to rip and copy Disney DVD to your computer so that you can watch it some other time or transfer it to your portable devices like iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Kindle Fire, etc.? You are definitely right being here! Just keep on reading to find out how to rip Disney DVD movies under Mac OS X.

Some of you may like to try some freeware to do this job but you will get disappointed. As you know, Disney DVDs are copy-protected and the protection applied on these DVDs are even harder decrypt than the general commercial DVDs and the more recent released DVDs are, the more advanced protection they will adopt. The freeware like Handbrake can only deal with the non-protected DVDs and DVD Decrypter, like DVD Shrink, although can decrypt protected DVDs, they upgrade very slowly and can do nothing about the latest released DVDs and would be probably not compatible with the latest Mac OS X Yosemite. What you need is a more professional DVD ripping tool with consistant updating.

Overall, Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Mac is of the best program I can recommend for handling Disney DVD discs. It has already successfully ripped several new released Disney DVD movies to the decent format MP4, MOV I need. You also can convert it to other video/audio formats like MP3, MKV, AVI, WMV, M4V, FLV, MPG, etc. Also the converted DVD quality is quite satisfactory; it can always keep the original quality for you. If you are Windows users, please turn to DVD ripping software. Now download the right version and start the conversion.

How to Rip and back Disney DVD on Mac(Yosemite) easily and fast

Step 1. Import DVD movie

Insert the Disney disc into your computer's hard drive and run the Disney DVD Ripper for Mac. Then click "Load DVD" and import your DVD movies. You can also add DVD folders, ISO image files to rip.

Step 2. Choose output format

Click "Format" bar and select the output video/audio format you like. You can either choose MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, etc. as the output format.

Tip: This DVD ripping tool provides 100+ video presets for Google Nexus, Asus Transformer, Galaxy Tab, iPad, Apple TV, Galaxy S4, Nook HD and more, allowing you to convert Disney DVD movies to fit your different portable media players..

Step 3. Start ripping Disney DVD on Mac

Click the Start button to start the Disney DVD ripping process. After the conversion completes, you can click "Open" to get the ripped media files. After that, it would be easier for you to organize, play, upload and even edit. Enjoy!

Editor’s Note:

If you want to copy your Disney DVD movies on your hard drive, there are two options for you:
A. Backup Disney DVD with original structure- allows you to copy DVD with original folder structure.
B. Copy Disney DVD main movie- allows you to copy main movie from your Disney DVD discs without any extras.

See more:

How to play MTS files on Xbox One ?
Top fixes for MKV and iTunes on Mac OS X
Using Canon H.264 MOV files in Premiere Pro
How to Convert DVD ISO to MP4 on Mac OS X
How to Play MXF files on Galaxy C9 Pro Phablet
How to import MXF to Keynote 7 on MacOS Sierra
How to convert MTS to Galaxy C9 Pro for Playback
How to Watch MXF movies on Xbox One(Xbox 360)
Transcode MXF Recordings to Divx format Playback
How to Watch and Play MXF files on iPhone 7/7 Plus
Importing and editing XviD in Windows Movie Maker
How to Convert MXF to MP4 for Chromebook Playback
How to import AVCHD MTS clips to iPhoto on Mac OS X
Convert AVCHD/MTS files to MOV for Keynote 7.0 2016
Convert MTS/M2TS to MOV format for Macbook Pro 2016
Best method to Play MTS/M2TS footage on iPhone 7/7 Plus
Make Canon Full HD MXF Accepted by Avid Media Composer
How to Play MTS/M2TS files on Chromebook via Google Drive
Editing Sony PMW-300 50Mbps MXF/XAVC videos with Avid MC