How to Rip and Convert DVD Movies for Playback on Nexus 5 with Ease

Google Nexus 5 phone runs Android 4.4 KitKat operating system, and like its predecessor, it is manufactured by LG. The handset measures 5.43 inches tall, 2.72 inches wide, 0.34 inch thick, but only 4.59 ounces weight – even lighter than the previous generation.Besides its strength in weight, this advanced and latest Android smartphone also enjoys high definition videos with a 4.95-inch Corning Gorilla Glass 3 display and a 1,920×1,080p resolution and 445 ppi. You may think it is a ridiculous idea to go in for playing DVD on a cell phone like Nexus 5. But how about playing the video converted and extracted from a DVD, with the same high video/audio quality? It’s no big deal. We are to introduce the steps of ripping DVD to Google Nexus 5 in details:

Ripping a DVD can help you convert the movie to any video format you want it to be, or even put the movie on your mobile device for playing it on the go without accessing network. Xinfire DVD Ripper Ultimate is the best and fastest DVD ripper that supports copying and ripping and backup new DVDs to PC, rip DVD to iPhone, iPadAndroid phones.If you are using Mac, please turn to the DVD Ripper for Mac.

Download DVD to Nexus 5 Ripper:

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How to Rip DVD to Nexus 5 with high quality

Step 1. Import the movie

Download the DVD ripper on PC or Mac, install and start it. Then click “Load DVD” button on the top after you insert the DVD movies into your DVD-ROM.


Step 2. Find and choose an output format

The DVD ripper is buried with many output formats for you. You can choose H.264 ad the output format since it is the most appropriate video preset for Nexus 5.


Step 3. Start converting and ripping the movie

Press button “Start” and the DVD to Nexus 5 ripping springs into action.


Note: For customers with advanced demands, it offer various adjustable options for personal settings, in terms of subtitle, video cropping/trimming, video audio codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, sample rate, frame rate, resolution and so on. DVD to Google Nexus 7>>