Is there a Format Factory for Mac Version? This article introduces the best Format Factory for Mac alternative to let you to convert, play, edit and share DVD and Video easily.
Format Factory is a free media file conversion tool for Windows which lets you convert audio, video, and even images, between the most popular formats and even rip DVD movies to video files. However, Format Factory only works in Windows (Including Windows 8) and there is still no plan for developing Format Factory for Mac.
In this case, if you've dream of converting video on Mac using Format Factory, you'd better download an alternative to Format Factory for Mac version beforehand. Anyway, to download Format Factory for Mac for video conversion can be a Walkover as long as you own a video converter designed for Mac OS specifically.
Here Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac can be the ultimately professional yet effortless-to-use Mac Format Factory alternative. It supports almost all the features that Format Factory for Windows provided, including ripping DVD discs, converting video/audio to any format or to iPhone/iPad/iPod, PSP, BlackBerry, etc., editing video, adding watermark, and so on. Besides that, it can also rip Blu-ray for multiple use on your Mac system instead of a Blu-ray player for Mac. and even turn BD/DVD/Video into editable format for FCP, iMovie, Avid Media Composer, etc. Below is the detailed tutorial to use the Format Factory for Mac to convert DVD/Video on Mac (Mavericks and Yosemite supported).
Convert DVD/Videos using Alternative Format Factory Mavericks/Yosemite
1. Import DVD and video files
Launch Format Factory for Mac alternative first. (There is a windows version of Format Factory alternative for Windows users as well.) Click the "Add Video" button to import your local video files and click the disc button to import DVD files for converting. Or you can directly drag the videos you want from your Mac to this program.
2. Select output format you want
Click the "Format" icon, and then go to the right category to find the video format you want. As you can see, various video formats like MP4, MOV, MKV, FLV, WMV, AVI, etc. are provided. You can also choose the icon of iPhone, iPad, iPod, iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Samsung, Android, etc. to get videos with best settings for the selected device/software.
Tip: If you want to customize the output video quality, you can click the "Settings" button to open the Settings window and set video resolution, frame rate, bit rate, codec,
3. Edit your DVD/video files with an alternative Format Factory(optional)
If necessary, you can perhaps try to edit your video files with the alternative Format Factory for Mac. Nothing unfamiliar from the Format Factory, you can also easily cut and rotate/flip your videos and add watermark. In addition to that, you can trim, crop, add effects together with the insertion of subtitles to your video clips.
4. Start DVD/Video Conversion on Mavericks/Yosemite
Click the "Convert" button to start converting DVD and videos. You can follow the conversion process from the pop-up Windows. Once the task bar shows in 100%, just click Open button to locate the output files. Hence, you can now transfer and play your video files anywhere and anytime you like it.