Easily Backup Disney DVD Movie on Mac OS X (El Capitan Included)

Summary: This is an instructive guide on how to easily copy or rip Disney DVD movies on Mac OS X (EI Capitan Included) for better backuping and playing Disney DVD medias.

As well as we know, Disney has produced and released countless popular and classic animation movies, leaving wonderful memories in our childhood. Maybe you are a Disney movie fan and have collected bunch of favorite Disney DVD videos. One day, seized by a sudden impulse, you are longing for reviewing those precious collections. However, when you insert the DVD disc into DVD player on Mac, only to find the DVD player rejects it because of being scratched, is it irritating, right? In fact, you can avoid this problem by making backup and copy them to your computer to prevent them from being scratched, and manage them in a more convenient way. This article aims at telling people how to rip and copy Disney Copy-Protected DVDs in an easy and quick way. Learn how to.

It is never an easy task to make backup of Disney DVD movie, as most of them are protected with latest encryption technology which prevents them from being copied or ripped. To fix this problem, we need to find powerful DVD copy software that is able to remove encryption to create Disney DVD backups, or convert to popular video formats. To flawlessly finish this task, here i strongly recommend you try the Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Mac (10.11 EI Capitan, 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks and more).

Overall, this DVD ripping software plays the best role as the Disney DVD movie backup tool. It takes everything from the Disney DVD, including the chapters, extras, and subtitles. With this DVD copy program, all these become easy because it is capable of copying any of your Disney DVD movies bypassing the latest DVD copy encryption. If you’re using in Windows, turn to Brorsoft DVD Ripper, which lets you clone Disney DVDs on Windows (including Windows 10). Now just download the program and follow the steps below to finish your task.

How to backup Disney DVD movies effortlessly

Step 1: Run Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Mac and load your DVD movies to the program. Check the main movie for copying.

Step 2: Click “Browse” button to specify a destination folder for the output files.

Step 3: Click “Copy the entire disc”??button to start copying DVD. Factually, “Copy the entire disc” function preserves the entire structure of an original DVD disc, so it contains the .m2ts or .vob streams.

Step 4: As soon as the copying task finished, you can click “Open” button to get the output videos.

Tip: In case you just wanna do movie only copy, you can choose “Copy” > “Directly Copy” from the Format menu to copy the .vob files only. After that, do remember clicking “Convert” button to do Movie-only copy. When the copying work is done, you are able to click “Open” button to get the output .vob files without any other extra contents.

Additional Tips: Besides copying Disney DVD, this best Disney DVD backup tool also enables you rip and convert Disney DVD to WMV, MOV, MP4, AVI, FLV, M4V, MPEG, etc. Meanwhile, the program provides the optimized preset profiles for almost all popular multimedia devices and HD media players. So, you can choose to rip and convert Disney DVD to a common video for playing on computer, iPad, iPhone, WDTV, iTunes, Galaxy Tab are more. Enjoy your Disney movie anywhere.

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