SSD, short for solid-state drive, gains its popularity in recent years for increasing computer’s system speed. Popular SSDs have Samsung 960 Pro and 960 Evo. Many people also try to copy their DVD collections to SSD for conveniently carry. If you want to save spave of your SSD, you also can choose to convert DVD to HEVC to store on SSD.
High Efficiency Video Codec (HEVC) is the new successor to the Advanced Video Coding/AVC, also known as H.264 compression standard and offers twice the compression while still maintaining the same high quality, which means you can store your DVD movies on SSD at half the normal file size!
If you wish to backup and put your DVD collections to SSD in HEVC format for better storage, professional DVD ripper is a must-have. Pavtube ByteCopy is able to circumvent any copy protection mechanisms of DVD, which make DVD to SSD copying an easy job. Supports ripping DVD to any common video formats.
- Rip DVD to HEVC MKV to SSD
- Copy DVD to H.265 MP4 to SSD
- Movie main copy DVD to SSD
- 1:1 fully copy DVD to SSD
- Edit video clips with cut, crop, and special effects
- Support NVIDIA NVENC Transcoding Acceleration
NEWS!!! Pavtube ByteCopy has recently upgraded to version 126.96.36.199 with supporting the newest NVIDIA CUDA and NVIDIA NVENC technology in video encoding by H.264 and H.265 codec to improve performance and ensure users much faster conversion speed than ever before when coping/ripping/converting DVD/Blu-ray, since more CPU resources are spared because of NVIDIA CUDA’s harnessing the power of GPU. So if you choose to convert DVD and Blu-ray to H.265 or H.264 video, you can get up to 30x times ripping speed. If you want to save much time when ripping DVD to SSD, you can rip DVD to SSD in H.265 format with NVIDIA CUDA acceleration following the below steps.
How to Backup DVDs to SSD in H.265 format With NVIDIA GPU Acceleration?
Step 1: Load DVD
After installing this DVD to H.265 Converter software successfully, just run it. Then load in the source DVD you want to convert by inserting the DVD disc into the optical drive, dragging & dropping the ISO file or movie folder into the main region of the main interface.
Step 2. Select H.265 as output format
Hit the “Format” box and select H.265 Video(*.mp4) from Common Video profile. It enables you to rip DVD to H.265 .mp4 with the best quality.
Step 3: Utilizing Nvidia GPU Hardware Acceleration In ByteCopy
Now, move your cursor to “Tools” button on the top of the main interface to choose “Options”. Then you can enable GPU Encode acceleration. You need to check if your graphic card supports CUDA acceleration from here. .
Step 4. Complete DVD to HEVC for SSD conversion task
After all necessary settings, click “Convert” button to begin your DVD to H.265/HEVC conversion. Note that High codec H.265/HEVC will output much sharper video quality, but the conversion time will also relatively longer than common codec.
Notice: Storing digital DVD to SSD (installed or connected to computer) is workable as long as the computer comes with DVD drive. If you’d like to copy DVD video to SSD installed ultra-thin notebook, you can try two methods here:
1. Rip DVD to general computer with DVD-ROM drive and then copy the ripped DVD video to Ultrabook SSD with USB flash disk;
2. Rip DVD to SSD added or connected to general computer, and then move or connect the Solid-State Drive with DVD video to Ultrabook for playback.
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