RE: Copying DVD to Micro SD card and Playing On Android Tablet

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Mar 2, 2012 10:53:30 AM via Website

Just download any and all DVD rippers for your laptop. There are lots and I do mean lots out there, so just google/ download the one that looks best to you. Just make sure that it rips the file as an MPEG-4 as that has the best playback results on tablets as far as I know.

Then connect your tablet to your computer and drop the file in your gallery or where ever your media files are kept. You should be able to then just open the file on your Android and enjoy!
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Mar 5, 2012 10:25:48 AM via Website

It does actually. All you have to do is go to the DVD shrink prefrences and then select the file format from the drop down menu on the left-hand size and then enter the max. file size and then it should work for you!

Hope that helps!
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Mar 6, 2012 3:50:42 PM via Website

Nero Suite has (or used to anyway) an option to convert a dvd down to a 700MB mpeg 4 file, and the quality was really good. You might wanna give that a shot if you dont mind buying Nero. It did the job great for me when I used to convert a lot of videos.
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Mar 7, 2012 10:37:47 AM via Website

There should be an imput field that asks you to set a max size for all files produced by Nero. This is a standard feature in almost all ripping packages. Just use the help feature to find out where exactly it is in your version of the program.
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Aug 28, 2012 4:21:42 PM via Website

Ya, you can watch it on android but you need to download all movie converter. By this you can convert the movie as per the device and watch them on it.
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Mar 2, 2014 1:44:38 AM via Website

I have a DVD folder (downloaded from a DVD copy program) on my computer. How to move the folder to my Galaxy note 2014??? And what app to download to watch the movie on?

thanks for any advice...

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Nov 18, 2014 9:20:04 AM via Website


I have a DVD folder (downloaded from a DVD copy program) on my computer. How to move the folder to my Galaxy note 2014??? And what app to download to watch the movie on?

thanks for any advice...

Did you copy out a Video_TS folder from DVD? Galaxy Note will not read this, you'd better to do a conversion to transcode your folder to acceptable format like MP4. DVDAid is worth a try.

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Feb 22, 2016 8:27:39 AM via Website

Just try a DVD ripper to convert the folder to Galaxy note playable formats. There are many good options, for example, WinX DVD Ripper.

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May 4, 2016 9:39:17 AM via Website

We cannot play DVD movies directly on a tablet as it doesn't have a DVD-ROM drive. So we have to copy the contents from a DVD to tablet first. Moreover, Android accepts various video formats H.264, MPEG4, WMV, AVI, MOV, 3GP, etc. However, it cannot play DVD .vob directly. So a DVD to Android ripper is badly needed.

However, most commercial DVDs are usually protected against copying. So you will need to use a DVD decryption program if you want to copy the DVDs to your Android Tablet or Smartphone. You can search the related key words on line, and many results would be available. Many of you are familiar with HandBrake, but you must have encountered some common errors like Audio Sync Problem, DVD Reading issue, Conversion speed issue, etc.

Meanwhile, most of the DVD to Android rippers/converters are charged, and you have to figure out whether the one you choose pays off. So to help you perfectly copy any DVDs to Tablet or other devices, I’d like to give you some suggestions.

How to Choose a Good Android DVD Ripper?

The following tips will help you find a good DVD to Android converter:
1. Easy to use: You can easily navigate this software.
2. Decryption: The software must have decryption function.
3. Supported output devices: The software should support all popular devices.
4. Quality: The software should help you copy DVD to tablet without quality loss.
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