That’s right, no DVD for you. Why? Even Apple’s svelte SuperDrive for the Mac was just too thick to cram into that slimmed down space in the new MacBook Pro.
Besides, DVDs are so 1999. When was the last time you installed an app from a DVD? For me it’s been a couple of years. If there’s no way to play DVDs in the new generation of MacBook Pros (and the old generation of MacBook Airs), what can you do?
Old, meet new. DVD, meet Mac DVDRipper Pro, probably the easiest, fastest way ever to rip DVDs to your Mac. Why would you want to rip your DVD movie collection to your Mac?
- Backup Your DVDs
- Time-shift DVD Rentals
- Extend Battery Life
- Easy DVD Management Play
- DVDs in iTunes
In other words, use the Mac’s disk drive to play the DVDs instead of using the SuperDrive. Mac DVDRipper Pro also rips and compresses DVDs so you can play them in iTunes, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.
How easy is it to rip a DVD to your Mac? How about a couple of clicks.
What could be easier? Once ripped to the Mac, your DVD collection can stay in storage to avoid fingerprints, potato chip oil, scratches, and dust. Mac DVDRipper Pro is also good to time shift your DVD rentals.
If this is such a good deal, and affordable, what’s the downside?
Mac DVDRipper Pro needs a SuperDrive to rip the DVDs to your Mac. MacBook Air models don’t have a SuperDrive. You’ll need either a Mac with a SuperDrive or an external SuperDrive to do the ripping.
No matter how you look at it, DVDs are a dying breed. But ripping your DVD collection to your Mac gives them a new life.