- 1. Game Recorder+
- 2. Video Recorder+
- 2.1 All Ways to Record A Video
- 2.2 What's the Best Online Video Recorder Available in Market
- 2.3 5 Most Helpful Video Recording Software in 2020
- 2.4 Most Helpful Video Recorder Converter in Market
- 2.5 How to Record Video on Windows 10 with All Methods
- 2.6 What's A High-quality Video Recorder?
- 2.7 How to Record Video on Steam with Easy Steps
- 2.8 How to Record Video on SnapChat with Easy Steps
- 2.9 Most Helpful Tips about Video Recorder and Editor
- 3. Recording Software+
- 3.1 How to Record Stream with VLC and the Best Alternatives to VLC Recorder
- 3.2 What's Webex Recorder and How to Use It
- 3.3 How to Record with Fraps and Its Best Alternatives
- 3.4 Best Alternatives to Action! Recording Software
- 3.5 12 Most Helpful Recording Software in 2020
- 3.6 13 Best Webcam Recorders for All Platforms
- 4.Screen Recorder+
- 5. Record Devices+
- 6. Recording App+
- 7. Other Tips+
- 8. Audio Recorder+
- 9. Format+
- 10. Screen Recorder+
- 11. Record Social Network+
- 11.1 How to Record Somone's Instagram Live with Helpful Ways
- 11.2 All Ways to Record Hulu
- 11.3 How to Record BBC iPlayer with All Ways
- 11.4 What’s the Best YouTube Recorder App in 2020
- 11.5 How to Record Gameplay on Xbox One for YouTube with All Ways
- 11.6 Most Helpful Game Screen Recorder for YouTube in 2020
- 11.7 How to Record Videos from YouTube to Computer with All Ways
- 11.8 How to Record Netflix with All Ways
- 11.9 What's Best YouTube Recorder in 2020
How to Record DVD to Computer with All Ways
Do you have a bunch of DVDs on the shelf that you never have time to watch? Well, then you might find it easier to watch it if you had it on your computer. And, lucky for you, there are now plenty of ways of accomplishing this. Continue reading to learn how to record a DVD to your computer in three different helpful ways.
- Part 1. Easiest Way to Record DVD to Computer
- Part 2. How to Record DVD to Computer on Mac
- Part 3. How to Record DVD to Computer with VLC
To start with, let's go over one of the easiest ways to record a DVD to your computer, Wondershare UniConverter (originally Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate). With this tool, you'll be able to capture all the activity on your computer's screen, which is excellent because it will allow you to easily record any DVD that you play on your computer with the use of the following features.
Wondershare UniConverter -The Best Screen Recorder
- The screen recording tool records full HD videos along with system audio.
- Full-screen or custom capture recording modes available.
- There are advanced quality control settings for adjusting FPS and capture resolution.
- Easy one-click recording function (optional hotkey record/pause/stop key).
- There are recording timer settings to set up recording to start and end automatically.
- It has a 30X faster conversion speed than other common converters.
- Edit videos with trimming, cropping, merging, adding subtitles, and more.
- Burn video to playable DVD with an attractive free DVD template.
Step 1 Get the UniConverter.
If you want to try out recording DVDs to your computer as soon as possible, you can do it for free today. The UniConverter offers a free trial version of its software that you can use to test out all of its features — including the premium recording function we'll be demonstrating below.
Step 2 Use the Screen Recorder
Next, select the Screen Recorder tool. As described, this tool will allow you to record all desktop activities with audio simultaneously.
Step 3 Meet the Screen Recorder
The actual UniConverter's interface looks like this (refer to the image below.) It's small so that it can be as unobtrusive as possible, and it will be hidden once you start recording.
On the main window are settings that you can adjust, including Capture Area, System Audio, and Microphone. You can also select the Gear icon at the bottom right-hand corner of the floating window to open up the advanced settings where you can access quality, timer, hotkey controls, and so on.
Step 4 Capture Full Screen
If you want to record your DVD, make sure that you have it ready to be played in the background. And then, ensure that you're capturing at Full-Screen so that the UniConverter records it all.
Step 5 Click REC to Record
When you're ready, all you have to do is to click the REC button. A timer will start ticking down, so you'll know exactly when to play the DVD. When you're done recording, you'll be given a chance to edit your recorded DVD (optional) and then a choice in the output format.
Next, we're going to demonstrate how you can use VLC on Mac to do almost the same thing. This time, rather than live recording a DVD, we're going to use VLC's streaming and transcoding functions to grab the contents of the DVD automatically. It does take some time, but it might be preferable for those who are looking to record DVDs to their computer on Mac.
Step 1. Open VLC File Options
To start recording your DVD with the Mac version of VLC, launch the media player and then open up the File tab. Once opened, you'll be able to select the Open Disc… option. Do so to proceed. Tip: Now is the time to have your DVD inserted into your PC.
Step 2. Adjust Open Source Settings
A floating window should appear on your screen called Open Source. On this window, make sure that your DVD has been read correctly and disable DVD menus. Next up, you should also make sure that the Stream Output option is toggled on.
Once done, click Settings to continue forward.
Step 3. Select Output Folder
Next up, on the Streaming and Transcoding Options page, click the blue Browser button to browse your computer for an output folder to store the recorded DVD into.
Once done, click Save to confirm.
Step 4. Choose Output Format
Next, under the Encapsulation Method, select the file output format for your recorded DVD. It can be MPEG, AVI, QuickTime, ASF, MPEG 4, and so on.
Step 5. Open to Record
With all the settings set up, you can now begin recording. For this, you can finally click the Open button on the Open Source floating window.
At the last of all, we're going to use the Windows version of VLC to record DVDs on our computer. This method is similar, but not the same as the one previously shown. There are some minute differences between one and the other. And so, we decided to double things up a bit to make sure that Windows users are just as capable of recording with VLC as Mac users. If this applies to you, continue forwards.
Step 1. Open Media Tab
Unlike in the Mac VLC version, you'll need to open up the Media tab for this tutorial. Once there, however, you'll be able to select the same Open Disc… option to continue forward.
Again, this is the time to insert your DVD into your computer.
Step 2. Adjust Disc Settings
This part is not very different, either. Though the UI is not the same, you will still need to make sure that the Disc Menus are disabled. You will also need to click the Browse button to select the Disc Device you want to record.
Step 3. Convert DVD
Next, click the Play button to open up another menu. Then, select the Convert option to record your DVD.
Step 4. Select Output Profile and Destination File
Next, under Profile, select your desired output format. The file formats are mostly the same as the ones available for Mac VLC. Once that is done, under Destination file, click Browse to select a folder in your computer to store the recorded DVD into.
Step 5. Start Recording.
When all those settings have been set, click Start to begin.
Everything is set up so that once VLC has finished recording the DVD, it will automatically be saved to the output folder that you specified.
Having DVDs in a format that you can quickly move from device to device is the best way to enjoy the movies you know and love. So, take advantage of all the different methods we've thought of to record DVDs to your computer, whether it's VLC's advanced conversion functions or UniConverter's basic and intuitive DVD recording feature.