Tipard Mac Video Converter Ultimate

How to Use Mac Video Converter Ultimate

Tipard Mac Video Converter Ultimate is one-stop solution for you to convert DVD and video files to any popular video/audio formats including 8K, 5K, 4K, 1080p HD, 720p HD, 480p HD videos, and 3D video formats. The following tutorial will work you through the process of converting media files step by step. Now let’s begin.

Part 1: How to convert 8K/5K/4K video on Mac

Step 1 Load video files

Click the Add Files button to add the media files you want to convert. You can also click the big plus icon to import the videos, or simply drag the video files directly into the program.

Getting Started

Step 2 Set the output format

Select the output format from the Convert All to drop-down list. To further adjust the profile settings, click Custom Profile (the gear icon) to adjust video settings like encoder, resolution, frame rate, bitrate. You can also configure audio settings like encoder, channel, sample rate, and bitrate.

Select Output Format

Step 3 Convert video and audio files

Then set the output location to save the converted file, and click the Convert All button at the bottom right corner to start the conversion process.

Convert All

Part 2: How to rip DVDs on Mac

Step 1 Load DVD files

Launch Mac Video Converter Ultimate and locate the Ripper tab on your Mac. Click the Load DVD button to add the DVD disc, DVD folder, or DVD ISO file.


Step 2 Select output format

The default output format is MPG Lossless, which will keep the lossless output quality and keep the original full tracks and subtitles of your DVD.

Then click the drop-down list of Rip All to and select the output format. You can also click Custom Profile (the gear icon) to customize more output settings.

Rip DVD Output

Step 3 Rip DVD to video/audio

Finally, go to the bottom left area to select the destination, and click the Rip All button to convert DVD to other video or audio formats.

Convert DVD

Part 3: How to make MV on Mac

Step 1 Add video(s)

In the bottom-left corner, click the big Plus icon or hit the Add button. Select the wanted videos from your computer. Then you can adjust the order of them by clicking Forward or Backward. Features like Edit and Trim are also available.

Add Video to MV

Step 2 Choose a theme

On the left, choose an appropriate theme for your video like Happy, Simple, Christmas Eve, etc.

Step 3 Adjust MV settings

Choose Setting on top menu bar. Here you can set Start and End Title. Audio Track settings like adding Background Music, Loop play, Volume, and more are also changeable.

Adjust MV Settings

Step 4 Export MV

Switch to Export from the top menu bar. You can change the Name of your Besides, you can select a wanted Format, Frame Rate, Resolution, and Quality. Finally, choose Save to folder and click Start Export.

Export MV

Part 4. How to make Collage on Mac

Step 1 Choose a template

Click the Plus icon and import the wanted videos. Down below, you can select a template you like. The Border, Screen, and aspect ratio are available to change.

Add Video to Collage

Step 2 Add filter

Choose Filter on the top. Select a filter for each video separately to make your video more attractive.

Add Filter to Collage

Step 3 Adjust audio

Switch to Audio setting. You can choose to Keep the original audio track. For your reference, you can Click the “+” to add audio as the Background music. Besides, you can also Loop play, Fade in, or Fade out the added audio. Volume and Delay are also adjustable.

Adjust Collage Audio

Step 4 Export collage

Click Export from the top bar. You can change the Name of the collage. You can also choose the Format, Frame Rate, Resolution, and Quality of the collage video. Then choose an output folder and hit the Start Export button.

Export Collage

Part 5: How to edit videos on Mac

Mac Video Converter Ultimate provides the built-in editor to further edit the video or audio files. You can click Edit or Cut icon to polish your videos or audio on Mac.


Cut video

The Clip feature helps you split your videos into pieces. After loading your DVD, you can click Cut (the scissors icon) to split videos into parts, add a new segment, copy and paste the segment, and more.

Cut Video

Rotate video

If you shoot videos sideways, you can use the Rotate feature. Simply click Edit (the magic wand icon) and locate Rotate & Crop tab. It can rotate the video by 90, 180, or 270 degrees.


Crop video

The Crop feature helps you remove unwanted portions from videos. Locate Rotate & Crop tab to get rid of the annoying edges. You can also adjust the aspect ration from 16:9, 4:3, 21:9, 16:10, 5:4, 1:1, 9:16, etc. Moreover, you can adjust the zoom mode from Letter Box, Pan & Scan, or Full.

Crop Video

Add filter & effect

In the Effect & Filter tab, you can adjust the basic effects like contrast, saturation, brightness, and hue. Besides, you can apply filters like warm, gray, sketch, Hong Kong movie, orange dots, purple, plain, stars, and more.

Add Effect Filter

Add watermark

Want to add a logo to your work? You can apply a text watermark or image logo to the video. Meanwhile, you can adjust font, size, color, writing system, font position, rotation, and opacity.

Add Watermark

Add audio track

Want to add a background to your silent video? Locate Audio tab to add a new audio track, disable the existed audio track, adjust volume, and delay time.

Add Audio Track

Add subtitle

The Subtitle feature lets you add a subtitle to your movie. Here you can add or disable subtitle, adjust the subtitle font, type, color, outline, position, opacity, and delay time.

Add Subtitle

Part 6: How to use Toolbox on Mac

Tipard Mac Video Converter Ultimate provides additional tools for users, where you can edit metadata, compress video, make GIFs, create 3D videos, and enhance videos.


Media Metadata Editor

Step 1 Add media file

Locate Toolbox tab and select Media Metadata Editor. In the pop-up window, you can click the + button to add the media file.

Media Metadata Editor

Step 2 edit ID3 tag

In the Media Metadata Editor window, you can rename the video/audio, change the tags like title, artist, album, composer, genre, year, track, and comments. Then click the Save button to save the metadata changes.

Edit Metadata

Video Compressor

Step 1 Add video file

Select Video Compressor in Toolbox, and click the + button to load the video file you want to compress.

Video Compressor

Step 2 Compress video

You can adjust the video size by moving the control bar left or right. You can also rename the video, change the output format and resolution. The Preview button lets you preview the compressed video for 10s. Then click the Compress button to compress the video file.

Compress Video

GIF Maker

Step 1 Add video file

Choose GIF Maker from the Toolbox interface. Click Video to GIF button to upload the video file.

GIF Maker

Step 2 Make GIF

In the GIF Maker window, you can adjust the output size, frame rate, and enable Loop Animation. Then click the Generate GIF button to start making GIF from video.

Maker GIF

3D Maker

Step 1 Add video file

Find 3D Maker from the Toolbox, and click the + button to import the common video file.

3D Maker

Step 2 Convert 2D to 3D

In the 3D Maker window, you can apply Anaglyph or Split Screen 3D effects, enable Switch Left/Right. Then choose the output format and high quality, and click Generate 3D button to convert the 2D video to 3D.


Video Enhancer

Step 1 Add video file

Select Video Enhancer and click the + button to add your video to the tool.

Video Enhancer

Step 2 Enhance video

It provides 4 options to enhance the video. You can upscale resolution, optimize brightness and contrast, remove video noise, and reduce video shaking. Then click the Enhance button to enhance the video.


Part 7: More settings for Mac Video Converter Ultimate

Tipard Mac Video Converter Ultimate lets you make preference settings. As you open this program, click Tipard Mac Video Converter Ultimate and select Preferences to further adjust the settings.

General settings

In the General settings window, you can select the subtitle language and audio language, enable GPU acceleration, and check for updates automatically.

Settings General

Convert settings

In the Converter tab, you can select the output folder and snapshot folder, set the convert tasks. You can also choose to remove the source file after conversion, and set the notice when editing settings for adding subtitles and audio.

Settings Convert

Ripper settings

In the preference settings of Ripper, you can change the output folder and snapshot folder. You can also set to remove the source file after conversion, and set settings when adding subtitles and audio.

Settings Ripper

Toolbox settings

Here you can set all the destination folders for the compressed video, generated GIF file, new-created 3D video, and the enhanced video.

Settings Toolbox

Task Schedule settings

Here you can set the next instruction when the task is completed.

Settings Task Schedule