How to rip DVD to Sony Ericsson Xperia Play
Xperia Play, one smart phone launched by Sony Ericsson, features its 4-inch LED-backlit LCD display screen and 1 GHz cup. With a special design, it is truly a good smartphone for cellphone game fans.
Although, its video resolution is 480×854, not that ideal compared with other grand phones. But sometimes, if you want to enjoy your large scale of DVDs on your Xperia Play, you need professional DVD converting software.
Here I recommend Aimersoft DVD Ripper for you. It is professional DVD converting software. And it is simply so easy to use. As soon as you launch the software, the handy and friendly user interface is taken on in front of you. As can be seen, it is not complex at all. And also it has integrated DVD ripper, DVD converter and DVD editor together. You can make you satisfied videos via the software. It is widely known that purchased DVDs are encoded by CSS. Now when the CSS meets DVD Ripper, it becomes a piece of cake.
Well, the following guide will teach you how to rip your DVD to Xperia Play step by step. But firstly you should make sure that you have installed the software.
Download the software from below:
Step one: import the DVD files to the program
Here, if you have DVD disc, just put it into the CD-ROM; after it is read out, click the disc icon and drag or drop DVD files labeled "VIDIO_TS" or "AUDIO_TS" to source list of DVD Ripper. Or you can click the button "ADD" and locate the DVD files, then load them into the program.
If you have existing DVD files storing in your computer, just open the folder and drag or drop them to the program.
Step two: edit the DVDs (optional)
Click the editing label in the menu bar, one pane will pop out. You can trim the DVD by chapters or cut off the black edges by clicking the button "Crop", and you can also add watermark or set effects.
Step three: set the output format and output directory
Click "Profile" to select mp4 as the output format, because mp4 is the standard video format and the output files in mp4 format can remain high quality.
Then set the output directory by clicking the label "Browse" on the bottom.
It is crucially important to set the video size as 480×854 by clicking Edit>Setting>Video size.
Step four: begin to rip your DVD to Xperia Play
After all the preparations have been done, it is ripe for you to click the lovely big blue button "Start". A few minutes later, the DVD to Xperia Play conversion will be finished. Click "Open" to find your final files and transfer them to the manager file of your Xperia Play via USB cable.
That's all! Have fun.
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