How to Rip a Dvd to Google Drive? [Solved]
As far as we know, Google Drive support 30 types of files, such as document, pictures, HD video, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, but you can't store and access DVD movie on Google Drive directly. You need convert DVD to digital videos before uploading to Google Drive. To achieve the goal, what you need is a DVD converter software to convert DVD movie to MP4, FLV, H264, MPEG or other video format. Here Brorsoft DVD Ripper is highly recommended to fulfill your needs.
It can professionally convert DVD to Google Drive compatible MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, FLV files with fast speed and excellent output quality. In addition, this DVD Ripping software can also rip DVD to optimized video for playback on iPad, iPod, iPhone, Xbox 360, PS3, Galaxy Tab, Nook HD, Kindle Fire HD and more. With a built-in video editor, you are able to change the DVD movies according to your taste- add watermarks, remove subtitles, change video visual effects and more. If you are a Mac user, please turn to DVD Ripper for Mac to convert and upload DVD to Google Drive on Mac (including Mavericks, Yosemite , and El Capitan and macOS Sierra).
How to rip a DVD to Google Drive?
DVD contents can uplaod to your Google Drive directly, however, the contents can not be recongized by your media players due to the copyright( something like Disney X-project DRM, Analog Protection, CSS, Sony ArccOS, CSS, UOPs or unlock region code) havn’t removed, you have no right to watching them from Google Drive directly.
So here is the best solution for you , keep reading…
In fact, it is quite easy. There are many programs out there that allow you to remove copyright of DVD and rip DVD for using anywhere. The highly recommended one is Brorsoft DVD Ripper. It can remove all the copy right of DVD and convert DVD to Google Drive compatible MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, FLV files with fast speed and excellent output quality.
In addition, this DVD Ripping software can also rip DVD to optimized video for playback on iPad, iPod, iPhone, Zune, Creative Zen, Archos, iRiver, Blackberry, Xbox 360 and more.