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Copy and Rip DVD Movies to Galaxy Tab 10.1 on Mac

For many DVD movie lovers, it is fun when they get a new DVD movie and put it into DVD player and enjoy DVD movie in their houses. And how about watching DVD movies on portable devices? With the development of portable devices, traditional phones or music players are not popular any more. To replace, the Tablet PC has become the most popular portable device all over the world. Then, how to get DVD movies on Galaxy Tab 10.1?


If you have recently bought an Avatar DVD movie, it looks amazing, but how can you find more with that quality and how can you put DVD movie on Galaxy Tab 10.1? Maybe you can try to drag DVD movies to Galaxy Tab 10.1 or copy DVD movies to Galaxy Tab 10.1. But it is in vain for you to watch DVD movies on Galaxy Tab 10.1 unless you have Galaxy Tab 10.1 compatible DVD movies. The best way is to convert DVD movies to MP4 format which is compatible with Galaxy Tab 10.1.


For DVD movies, you'll need to copy them to Mac first, so that you can Mac rip DVD movies for Galaxy Tab 10.1 playing. Pavtube DVD Ripper for Mac is the very DVD to Galaxy Tab 10.1 ripper on Mac for you to help rip DVD movies to MP4 on Mac.


1: Download and install Pavtube Mac DVD to Galaxy Tab 10.1 Converter


2: Load DVD files to the program

Import DVD files from the DVD disc or DVD folder with IFO and VOB files by clicking any button of the DVD Rom, DVD Folder or IFO File.



3: Set output format and path
select the output format from the menu of format option menu. Specify the output path by clicking the browse button. You can select the suitable format from the format list to your Galaxy Tab 10.1. Here I choose Samsung Galaxy Tab (*.mp4).



4: Start conversion

After all necessary settings are ready; you only need to click button “Convert” to start conversion.

Tips: You can tick the options “Open the output folder after conversion” or “Shut down computer after conversion” according to your personal needs.

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