Standard Audio Formats
Rip DVD Plus can convert DVD content into video files in most popular formats. Whenever you change the settings for a particular output profile, you can click Save Profile to create a Custom Profile. This Custom Profile can then be used to rip other DVDs using the same options.
- MP3: MPEG 1 Layer 3 (MP3) is the most commonly used and most widely supported audio file format.
- AAC: The Advanced Audio Codec (AAC) format is the native audio format for Apple's iTunes, iPod, and iPhone. Using AAC you can store audio with high quality in a very small file.
- AC3: AC3, also known as Dolby Digital, is a file format designed for multi-channel (5.1 speaker) stereo sound.>
- MP2: MPEG 1 Layer 2 files are larger than MP3 files of the same quality. MP2 is a good choice for older and slower computers, because creating and playing these files requires less system resources (CPU and RAM) than other, newer formats.
Set Audio Properties
All these file formats have the same settings:
Default values may be different. For instance, the default bitrate will vary depending on which profile you have selected. We have selected defaults for every profile that will give very good quality with the smallest possible file sizes.