How to convert DVD to Xbox360 on Mac

Xbox360 is the second video game console manufactured by Microsoft and the successor to the Xbox. The Xbox360 competes with Sony’s PlayStation 3 and Nintendo’s Will as part of the seventh generation of video game consoles. Actually, Xbox360 is similar to PSP3, it can not only be used to play games, but also enjoy high quality DVD movies. And this tutorial intends to list out how to convert DVD to Xbox360 on Mac. Xbox can support AVI, H.264, MPEG-4, WMV video formats, which may be helpful when converting DVD to Xbox360 on Mac. And following I will provide the specific steps about DVD to Xbox conversion on Mac.
Make preparations:
1. Mac DVD to Xbox360 Converter
2. Mac Os computer
3. DVD disc

Step1. Load DVD to DVD to Xbox 360 converter
Click “Add” or directly drag and drop the DVD files to the program.

Step2. Select subtitle and audio language.
After added the DVD files to the program there will be a list showing after in which you can see the subtitle and audio column, then choose the subtitle language and audio language in “Subtitle” and “Audio”.

Step3. Select the output format for Xbox360.
Click the clickable icon in the end of each file to access to “Profile” Panel in which you can choose the output for Xbox360. You can choose the  “Microsoft” column and select “Xbox360”. You can click “Apply to all” to apply this format to all the DVD files you added.

Step4. Do optimal settings for the output files
You can click “Settings” on top menu or directly click “+” on the above image to enter setting panel. You can adjust video codec, video size, bit rate, frame rate and so forth to better the video quality. Do remember to click “OK” for conformation.

Step5. Convert DVD to Xbox360 on Mac
Then you can return to the home interface and click “Convert” to start converting DVD to Xbox on Mac.

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