To reserve the source video, audio and subtitle tracks, converting DVD to MKV is the ultimate solution. MKV (Matroska) is a container file format, which can hold a number of audio, video and subtitle streams, besides attachments like graphics and decoder filters all at the same time. The main reason why many people want to convert DVD to MKV lies in two points, which other video formats couldn't accomplish. One is that after conversion, Matroska can contain detailed chapter information, sub-chapters, titles, multiple audio and video streams, subtitles, attachments and custom metadata, just like a DVD navigator. The other reason is that the special DVD to MKV converting tool - Tipard DVD Ripper can ensure you better video quality, smaller file size and faster converting speed.
This stunning DVD to MKV Converter enables you to convert DVD to MKV with excellent output video quality and unmatched conversion speed. Apart from keeping all audio, subtitle, chapters, etc, you can also select no subtitle option to make the converted MKV video with no subtitle. The following guide is a quick tutorial about how to convert DVD to MKV with/without subtitle.
Load any DVD file you want to convert by clicking "Add DVD" option under the "File" menu. Or you can click the "Plus" image button in the main interface.
Based on the formats supported by your portable devices, you can select the output MKV format for the movie from the "Profile" column and set the destination folder. Also you are allowed to select your preferred audio track and subtitle for your video.
To convert DVD to MKV with subtitle, you should make sure the DVD itself has subtitles. Then you can click the drop-down menu of the subtitle and select one you need. If you need non subtitle in it, select no subtitle option.
Rip DVD to MKV reserving subtitle, chapters, etc with fast speed and high quality.