DVD Fab 2D to 3D conversion

  prima12 29 Jul 11
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Hi all, I have just got the above software and I am not sure which type of flie to rip the DVD to so that I can burn it to a DVD, any help would be appreciated. P.

  catpwss 20 Sep 11
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  cindy8895 02 Dec 11

I use 3D Video Converter contains DVDFab [2D to 3D Converter and Blu-ray 3D Ripperto convert my 2D video to 3D format and playback on my PC or mobile devices.

  jahnpaul 05 Dec 11

Read more about: video to dvd, dvd burner?burn dvd- http://www.aimersoft.com/dvd-creator.html

  abbey.james 23 Dec 11

As we know, ISO format is not supported by iPad/iPad 2. If you have got some DVD ISO files and want to play them on your iPad, you will need to convert ISO for iPad supported video formats like MP4 first and then transfer the converter videos to your iPad for playback. In order to successfully play ISO on iPad, you can just get Aimersoft DVD Ripper, an ideal tool to rip ISO to iPad highly compatible video files. All you have to do is to load the ISO files, choose the output format as "iPad" and wait to get the videos with optimized settings for playback on iPad. Besides, this DVD ripper can also convert ISO (DVD, IFO) to all regular video formats like MP4, MOV, MKV, FLV, AVI, WMV, MPG, ASF, etc. with smart video editing features. The equivalent Mac version is Aimersoft DVD Ripper for Mac. Just download the right version and follow the below guide.

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