How to convert DVD to 3G2 on Mac

3G2, also known as 3GPP2, is a multimedia container format defined by the 3GPP2 for 3G CDMA2000 multimedia services. It is very similar to the 3GP file format, but has some extensions and limitations in comparison to 3GP.

The 3G2 file format can store the same video streams and most of the audio streams used in 3GP file format. For the storage of MPEG-4 media (AAC audio, MPEG-4 Part 2 video, MPEG-4 Part 10 – H.264/AVC) in 3G2 files, the 3G2 specification refers to the MP4 file format and the AVC file format specification, which described usage of this content in the ISO base media file format. For the storage of H.263 and AMR content 3G2 specification refers to the 3GP file format specification. When transferred to a computer, 3G2 movies can be viewed on Linux, Mac, and Windows platforms with MPlayer and VLC media player. Programs such as Media Player Classic, Totem, RealPlayer, QuickTime, and GOM Player can also be used.

3G2 video format is the most popular video format for wireless devices like iPhone, iPod, cell phone like Nokia, Moto, etc. Convert DVD to 3G2 is for transferring DVD to video for playing on these devices.

How to convert DVD to 3G2 on Mac

Download DVD Ripper on Mac

First, insert DVD disc to the hard drive, open the program and click “Add” to import DVD files.

Second, do some selections:
In Subtitle, select the subtitle language.
In Audio, select the audio language.
Third,choose the output format.
Click the clickable icon in the end of each file to enter inteo profile panel, in which you can set 3G2 as the output format in “Common Video”.

Fourth, click “Settings” to adjust the parameter of the files such as bit rate, frame rate, video size, etc.

Fifth, return to the home page and click “Convert” to begin the DVD to 3G2 conversion.

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