How to Rip DVD with Preferred Subtitles

If you have some French, Italian, Spanish-language DVD movies (foreign films to you), you probably would like to rip them to a common video yet still retaining its English subtitles, so you can save and watch it on your laptop, tablet and cell phone with better understanding. Well, how to rip a protected DVD and keep the subtitles? This article will give you a simple wizard to achieve the goal.

To rip DVD movies with the subtitles you prefer, a professional DVD Ripper is the key, which can help you rip a DVD minus the copy protection and contain the right subtitles. Brorsoft DVD ripper is highly recommended for ripping any kind of DVDs including the protected DVD to different video formats AVI, MP4, WMV, MKV, FLV, MOV, etc. with selected subtitles or only showing forced subtitles. In addition, lots of video presets like iPad, Apple TV, HTC phones, Samsung Galaxy S4, Nook HD, Galaxy Tab 2, Glaxy Note II, Kindle Fire HD, Google Nexus 7/10, etc. with the best settings are provided for your choice. Moreover, the built-in video editor lets you personalize your DVD by trimming, cropping, adding watermarks, adjusting video effects, etc. If you're using Mac, please turn to Brosoft DVD Ripper for Mac, which lets you convert DVD with subtitles on Mac OS X (Lion and Mountain Lion included).

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How to Rip DVD with Subtitles

Note that the guide below uses DVD Ripper for Windows screenshots. The way to finish your task on Mac is almost the same. Just make sure you've downloaded the right version.

Step 1. Load DVD files

Launch the DVD ripping program, but before doing this, make sure there are no other decrypter tool running at the same time and make sure the Internet connection is fine. Insert your DVD disc into DVD drive. Then click the DVD disc icon to load DVD movie.

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Step 2: Select you preferred subtitles

Because the subtitles are not hardcoded on the DVD video, so we can choose the subtitles which you want to keep. Thus you can rip the DVD and keep subtitles on your own to meet your requirement. Just click the drop down menu after "Subtitles" to select your desired one.

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Tips: If you want to rip the subtitles for part of a movie, in other word, you just want to have subtitles for the foreign language parts and no subs for English parts, what to do?

Check the chapters you want to rip, and set Forced subtitles for each chapter follow this way: specify English in "Subtitle" pull-down list, and then check "forced subtitles" before converting. When "forced subtitles" is checked, the subtitles appear on the screen only when foreign languages (i.e. Francais) other than English are spoken.

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Step 3: Choose an output format

Tap Format bar and choose your desired format. As you see, regular video formats like AVI, MP4, WMV, FLV, MKV, MOV, etc. are provided. Meanwhile, lots of video presets for portable devices like iPhone, iPad, Galaxy Tab, etc. are offered to let you get videos with the best settings to fit your device.

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Step 4. Start ripping

Just click the Convert button to start converting your DVD movies with the subtitles you like. After the conversion finished, you can get the ripped video with the subtitles you wanted. And just enjoy your movies.

Additional Tips:

If you wanna a powerful all-in-one tool to convert videos, Blu-ray movies and DVDs to your computer or portable devices like Google Nexus 10/7, Kindle Fire HD, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S3/4, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 at the same saving time and effort, the all-in-one Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate program will be a nice choice for you. If you are running a Mac OS X computer, iMedia Converter Mac is the alternative.

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