The HTC Vive is the cream of the crop when it comes to VR headsets. It features an OLED display with a 2160 x 1200 resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. It features precision tracking with 32 headset sensors and 360-degree motion tracking, so every subtle movement is picked up from the machine. Its stunning visual presents a 110-degree field of view, enough to cover even your peripheral vision.
Assume that you have a bunch of DVD collection, ever thought of watching funny DVD movies on HTC Vive to create true theater entertainment at home instead of going to cinema? If so, just read on to learn how to enjoy DVD medias on HTC Vive with a smooth workflow.
Frankly, HTC Vive does not include a drive for playing DVDs. That’s to say, in order to watch your favorite DVD movies on HTC Vive, you need to rip and convert DVD to a fully compatible format with the HTC Vive. There is a large number of DVD Ripping software available to help you convert DVD videos if you want to play them on HTC Vive although, but they are vary and may make you become confused about which one to choose. On this case, I highly recommend you adopt Brorsoft DVD Ripper, which is a specialist in coping with various issues related to DVD-conversion.
It can help you rip DVD to HTC Vive highly supported MP4 video files with high output video quality and fast ripping speed. What’s more, it can output side-by-side and top-to-bottom 3D formats for you. The equivalent Mac version is Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Mac, which can rip DVD movies to HTC Viveon Mac OS X (macOS Sierra included).
How to convert DVD to HTC Vive
Step 1: Load DVD movies
Launch the program and click Load DVD: Load DVD Folder, Load ISO Files or Load IFO files to import the DVD movies you want to rip. As you see, all added files will be listed below and you can preview them, take snapshots, choose subtitle and audio track, etc. as you like.
Step 2: Select a suitable output video format
As we mentioned above, HTC Vive supports MP4, AVI, etc format. You can click the “Format” bar and choose one from “Common Video” list. If you want to play 3D movie with HTC Vive , you can choose an output format from “3D Video” profile list.
Step 3: Video encoding settings
By clicking the “Settings” button, you can modify the video/audio parameters. For common videos, 1280×720 HD resolution and 5 Mb/s video bitrate are recommended. 1920×1080 compressed side-by-side 3D should be resampled to 1920×540 resolution full side-by-side resolution.
Step 4: Start to rip DVD to HTV Vive
The last step is to press the big “Convert” button on the right to start converting DVD files to HTC Vive. The conversion takes a few minutes, if you don’t have time to wait, you can choose “Shut down computer after conversion”. Then your computer will be turned off automatically after the conversion is finished.
After conversion, you can click “Open” to locate the output videos. Then you can transfer and play videos on your HTC Vive.
Besides DVDs, if you intend to convert Blu-ray or HD Videos such as MKV, WMV, MOV, M4V, AVI, FLV movies to 3D SBS MP4 for HTC Vive, the all-in-one tool, Brorsoft’s Video Converter Ultimate (or iMedia Converter for Mac) will be your first and best choice. It is a yet professional all-in-one Blu-ray Ripper, DVD Ripper and HD Video Converter, which comparatively has better output quality, in particular HD videos and intuitive interface. What’s more, its deinterlacing function and merging, cropping, trimming, adding subtitles ability are what its many competitive products lack of.
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