Highlight the Video TS folder on the dvd then click ok
You can play the title to confirm it is the Title you wanted to rip
You can edit the Title's name which is in red
You can trim the Title video if you do not want the whole file
(see Trimming Tips link at bottom of this post)
However, the more you mess with the clip, the greater the risk Freemake may get confused and quit on you LOL
Better to edit the ripped file after completing the rip.
Click on the format on the bottom you want for the conversion
(I usually choose WMV or MP4 to play on Windows software)
(I usually choose TV or Mobile Quality)
you can choose where to save the file
Last Step: Click Convert
Download Freemake Video Converter from
but carefully to avoid unwanted other free software.
Freemake products only work on Windows Operating systems.
Always choose custom option and uncheck all unwanted extras but keep the desktop icon if you like
For another way to rip a dvd movie
For Trimming tips
Quick Walkthru for ripping with Handbrake:
put in dvd
click on *Source*s
wait while Handbrake scans the titles
choose a title # to rip
choose a destination file (Browse to choose the ripped title file location)
select MP4 under Output Settings
click the Green Start button
when done it will say *Queue Finished* on bottom of screen and Start button will be Green again
you can then select another title and so on
Download Handbrake directly from
for whatever operating system you are using
If you get a distorted video when trying to open it with Windows Media Player, it may be mkv format instead of MP4. Try playing it on the VLC media player instead.
If Handbrake will not open the title you want, try using opening the File (VTS) instead of the DVD as your source. If still stubborn, use Shrink to produce the VTS files then use Handbrake on those VTS files. For more info: http://neverendingplateau.blogspot.com/2015/01/ripping-vts-files.html
Note: WellVideo sometimes does not accept MP4 files produced by Handbrake. Be sure you change the name of the file extension to (dot).mp4 if it reads (dot).m4v