DVD to iPhone? Maybe DVD to iPod is enough!
4Videosoft DVD to iPod Converter is one impressive DVD iPod Converter software, which is able to convert DVD to iPod, DVD to iPod touch, iPod nano, iPod classic, even ripping DVD to your iPhone, Apple TV supporting MP4 video format.
December 02, 2007 By Video X Ware's Article
It's been a quite while now since Apple unleashed their iPhone, the smart and lightweight handheld device which have a gorgeous 3.5 screen that can make phone talks, netsurf via internet with Safari, and play crisp videos and music as iPod.
Admittedly, there are a lot of complaints from people about iPhone's short life in battery, exclusive use for AT&T and high price. But we all have known and realized that iPhone has been playing a big number in Apple's iPod family.
In terms of the tech parameters published officially in Apple's site, we noticed that except the screen size, all the video and audio formats supported by Video iPods are totally the same, especially the iPod Touch, it seems to be another iPhone just without the mobile phone connection. And the truth is, there are some differences amongst them, even they are very tiny so as to masses always overlook them unconsciously.
For example, the iPhone's requirement is video bit rate at 2.5Mbps, while the iPod Classic and iPod Nano can playing over 3.0Mbps. It doesn't mean iPhone cannot support this 3.0Mbps kind, but if you've tried, you'd have to take my words, coz the 3.Mbps videos is unable to work on iPhone and iPod Touch. But what's the matter if you are just playing videos in an iPod or an iPhone?
In order to demonstrate what I said, I did some tests to compare the displaying quality between iPhone and iPod.
First of all, I just converted a DVD video file to iPod MPEG-4 video format using Xilisoft DVD to iPod Converter, set the resolution at 480 by 320 and bit rate at 2.5Mbps. Then I did this conversion and settings again with the DVD to iPhone Converter of Xilisoft, whose output profile named iPhone MPEG-4 (480*320). After that, I transferred both converted video files into a iPod Nano and an iPhone respectively thru Xilisoft iPod Rip, an iPod transfer tool, and no surprising, the video quality plays well as in the same criterion just with your eyes. By the way, these tools from Xilisoft Corporation are way easy to use. The only spot which cannot content my needs is that the iPod rip doesn't have an option to modify the file name, even though it did better at removing video files directly from iPod or iPhone than Apple's iTunes.
So the conclusion is iPhone can play videos perfectly as Video iPod did.
Just like my tests, maybe most DVD to iPod converter (DVD Converter) software can fulfil your requests in DVD to iPhone conversion no matter you owned a Video iPod and an iPhone or just one of them.