Rip and Upload DVD to YouTube Easily and Fast

This is an instructional article on showing how to share and upload DVD to YouTube by ripping DVD to a YouTube-friendly format.

YouTube, a popular video sharing sites, gives users around the world a good place to upload, store, and share their videos over the worldwide web. The site supports many video formats for users to share their videos with their family and friends, like MP4, WMV, AVI, FLV, MOV, etc. While, YouTube does not accept DVD format. Then, how to share DVD videos on YouTube successfully? That’s the topic of this article, shows you guys how to upload DVD to YouTube effortlessly by DVD ripping.

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According to YouTube Help Center, H.264 video with AAC audio in MOV or MP4 format is preferred for uploading. Therefore, what you need to do is just rip DVD movies to YouTube friendly H.264 or MOV first. Along with some help from third-party program like EaseFab DVD Ripper, you can achieve your goal easily fast.

It can serve as a professional yet easy-to-use DVD to YouTube converter that lets you get videos with optimized settings for uploading to YouTube. Besides, it can also convert DVD to video formats like AVI, WMV, FLV, ASF, M4V, MKV, etc. and extract audio from DVD to format preferred by most online websites like Facebook, Vimeo, Break, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Hightai, etc. for sharing anywhere. Better still, you can edit DVD video by cropping, trimming, adjusting effects and cutting your long video clips to a shorter ones, all becoming easy with this DVD to YouTube ripping program.

Free download it now and follow the below steps to convert DVD to YouTube with ease. If you are using a Mac, you can use the equivalent DVD Ripper for Mac.

Part I: How to Convert DVD to YouTube Preferred Video Format

Step 1. Load DVD movies

Insert the DVD disc into your computer’s DVD drive and run DVD Ripper. You can click the “Load DVD” button to load the DVD files to the program. DVD ISO/IFO, VIDEO_TS folder are supported also.

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Step 2. Edit your movie(Optional)

Click editor-button.jpg button to enter the Video Editor Window. As you see, you can trim, crop or adjust the video with the built-in video editor to get the very part and effect of the movie you want. (Note that YouTube won’t accept videos that are longer than 15 minutes. You need to cut or split the DVD movies into smaller parts so as to share on YouTube.)

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Step 3. Choose YouTube as the output video format

Next, specify the output video format. You don’t need to be confused about what format to choose. Video preset for Vimeo has been provided. Just click “Profile”, go to “Online Video” category and set “YouTube” as your output video format.

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Step 4. Start ripping DVD to YouTube formats

When all these settings are ready, you can click the “Convert” button to begin the DVD to YouTube conversion. When the ripping is done, you can click on “Open” button to locate the ripped videos.

Part II. How to upload ripped DVD video to YouTube

1. Sign into YouTube.
2. Click the Upload link at the top of the page.
3. Select the video you’d like to upload from your computer. (Enter as much information about your video as possible, including Title, Description, Tags, and Category.)

And what we have left is just to follow its instructions. Broadcast yourself now!

Read More:
How to rip DVDs for streaming over Plex
How to upload DVD’s to Dropbox for streaming anywhere
How to copy DVD into Synology NAS for streaming with ease

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