March 07, 2018
I've been told that DVD can be uploaded to Cloud but I don't know how to do it. Is there any help I can use? Is it complicated?
With the appearance of Cloud server, people are uploading everything they want to backup to their Cloud account, photos, important files, family video, etc. Indeed, uploading to Cloud does bring us various benefits, so does uploading DVD to Cloud.
The benefit you can get from uploading DVD to Cloud:
• Prevent loss or damage to the disc.
• Have access to the DVD on any devices once you log in your Cloud account.
• Save the trouble to transfer the DVD to whatever device you want to play the DVD.
• share with you friends under a co-used Cloud account.
But you may encounter failure during the process because commercial DVDs are encrypted and cannot be recognized by Cloud unless you use a DVD ripper to transfer the video format. You are going to know how to rip a DVD movie after reading this article.
Despite the fact that without any tool, you can copy the video in the DVD folder to PC, it is stored as VOB format, indicating that only some certain media players can recognize this kind of format. To save you from the trouble, you can transfer the video of VOB format into that of regular video format such as the most commonly used format MP4 by using a DVD ripper at the beginning. After that, you are free to transfer the DVD movie to you Cloud.
So you might need some advice for a DVD ripper. One of the most trustworthy DVD rippers available on the Internet is TuneFab DVD Ripper, not only enabling you to rip the DVD into common video formats like MP4, AVI, MOV, MKV, but also processing with 6X faster ripping speed. You can add subtitles or audio tracks with the program. What more it can offer you is that you can do some video-editings if you have the time for it.
Next is the tutorial steps of how to use it to rip DVD.
Step 1. Install TuneFab DVD Ripper
Click on the button below to download the program. Free trial with 5 minutes limit of conversion time is available.
Step 2. Import DVD Files
After the downloading, run TuneFab DVD Ripper on your computer.
Click on "Load Disc" to select the DVD files you want. The program is able to import DVD files, DVD folder, DVD IFO files.
Step 3. Adjust Your Output File
Click "Settings" to set output format, including profile format, audio format and 3D settings.
Click on the near downward arrow to select video format. The format you choose depends on the cloud server you are going to upload to as well as the device you want to play the video on. Before the ripping, you should check the supported video format.
But MP4 is recommended as it the most popular video format supported by any device.
We still provide various video output formats. They are 4K H.265/HEVC, 4K H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, 4K MPEG-4, MP4, M4V, MKV, MOV, 3GP, 3G2, MTV, SWF, WMV, etc. You can refer to Supported Output Format for more output details regarding to playing device.
Step 4. Change Your Output Folder
Click on "Browse" below the interface to change the destination folder of the to-be-converted DVD file if you don't want it to be put in the default folder.
Step 5. Start Converting
Now you just need the last click on "Convert" to allow TuneFab DVD Ripper to rip the DVD and wait till it finished its job.
Once the program successfully convert the DVD, you can move on to next part to upload the DVD to your cloud account.
Now there are so many cloud storage services provided for you, I will only talk about the three most commonly used cloud services, iCloud, Dropbox and Google Drive.
1. iCloud Drive
• Start you iCloud on your computer browser and log in your account.
• Click on iCloud Drive icon.
• Click on "Upload" and go to the file you store you DVD file.
• Select the file you want upload to the iCloud Drive, and click "Apply".
Wait till the sync finishes, you can enjoy the video on any Apple device by logging in your iCloud account.
• Sign in your account on the Dropbox's website page
• Click on the upload button, it is the first icon on the left sidebar menu.
• When a sub-window pops up, click "Choose Files"
• Select the DVD file you want to upload and click "Open"
When the uploading process is done, you also can have access to the DVD files by signing in your dropbox account.
3. Google Drive
• Open Google Drive on your computer
• Open or create a folder
• To upload files and folders, drag them into the Google Drive folder
After reading this article, how to transfer your DVD to your cloud account is no more your concern now. First you have to rip the DVD to your computer, after which, upload the file to whatever cloud server you are using. Is it really convenient? No more trouble to carry the disc around. What takes to enjoy a DVD movie are only your phone and connection to the Internet. Now get started with downloading TuneFab DVD Ripper.