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Best way to Backup DVD movies on USB-C Flash Drives

September 14, 2017

Tips and solutions about how to backup DVD to USB-C Flash Drive for playing will be discussed in below article.

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USB-C is the emerging standard for charging and transferring data. Right now, it’s included in devices like the newest laptops, phones, and tablets and—given time—it’ll spread to pretty much everything that currently uses the older, larger USB connector.

Though the specifications for USB-C were first published in 2014, it’s really just in the last year that the technology has caught on. It’s now shaping up to be a real replacement for not only older USB standards, but also other standards like Thunderbolt and DisplayPort. USB-C is closely intertwined with other new standards, as well—like USB 3.1 for faster speeds and USB Power Delivery for improved power-delivery over USB connections.

There are some occasions that you want to making a backup of a DVD’s contents to a USB C flash drive for convenient playback or management. However, DVD has very heavy copy protection than any other format around and ususally comes with a big size. Therefore, to copy a DVD to a USB-C Flash Drive, you’ll need to find a program that can help you remove the copy protection and rip DVD to digital video files.



Brorsoft DVD Ripper has the ability to copy DVD to USB-C Drive supported file with original video tracks and original 5.1/7.1 channel AC3/DTS Dolby audio. The secrete weapon is the breakthrough in DVD copy mode. The traditional way of DVD backup is to decode and encode the DVD. This DVD copy software has changed it by copying the original DVD video/audio data before remuxing DVD to digital file. The original video tracks and original surround AC3 audio are thereby maintained to keep the original image and sound quality.

By only 3 steps, you can copy any DVD with multiple chapters into one single video file for USB-C Flash Drive on Windows 10/8.1/7/XP PCs.

STEP 1. Load DVD info

Install and launch the ripping program for DVDs. Then click “Load DVD” to import the DVD files you want to convert. To select the subtitles you like, simply click Subtitle and select the one you prefer.

Tip: When ripping TV series DVD, please select the titles you want to rip. Otherwise, this DVD Ripper will choose only one title to rip.



STEP 2. Choose an output format

This is the most important procedure in converting DVD to USB C Drive. You may want to plug USB Type-C to different devices, so the most recommended output format for you to choose is MP4, which is widely accepted by most devices and players, good in video quality and modest in file size (with great compression rate). If you are to convert DVD to MP4 for storing on the flash drive, please find “MP4” in “Common Video” and click OK.

Alternatively, you can select the profile corresponding to the target device you are to play the video on, for example, the DVD ripper has 250+ built-in profiles.



STEP 3. Start DVD ripping

Click convert button to start converting DVD/Blu-ray movies for USB Type CFlash Drive. After conversion completes, press “Open” to locate resulted files. Now, you can play DVD contents through USB C Flash Drive without any troubles. Enjoy.

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