How to Split DVD to MKV HD Video on Win Computer? Have you ever backup DVD information to video before? If so, you may understand why so many people complain that when they convert DVD to video file and watch it on PC or laptop computer, the video quality gets poor. It is obviously that the video qualities will loss after conversion. In most cases, a DVD disc movie often is about 7 GB in size, and the output video clips only in several hundreds MB in size which is world of difference. If you would like to keep the original video quality anyway no matter what video size, then check out the below guide which may help figure out an option.
1. Run the ripper tools. There is a simple guide in program for your reference. Insert DVD disc into your computer drive. Click on Add button to load DVD content in.
2. All data within the disc will be able to see in the program. Choose the longest title or choose your favorite chapter. Double click the file to preview with build-in player. Please note that there is no sound while the video is playing.
Click on Edit icon to edit for output video clips. Normally, there are multiple audio tracks and subtitles within DVD content. The tool enable you to preserve multiple subtitles and soundtracks. Visit "Tools"-> "Preferences"-> "Audio"/ "Subtitle" tab to set.
Choose one "Format" in its menu, if you prefer to copy DVD to MKV without any quality reduction, please select "Lossless".
3. Click on "OK" to move on. Return to main interface, set a file on your computer as output file, then click on MKV to start to convert DVD to MKV. .