Leawo DVD Ripper is a professional multi-functional DVD to PS Vita converter, which could not only rip DVD to PS Vita and convert DVD to PS Vita video for you to freely watch DVD on PS Vita, but also let you edit DVD videos and convert 2D DVD to 3D video upon your needs. With this DVD to PS Vita converter, you could make full use of your DVD collections and your PS Vita. Leawo also provides Mac DVD Ripper for Mac users to rip DVD to PS Vita video on Mac so as to let you freely watch DVD on PS Vita with ease. Both versions of Leawo DVD to PS Vita converters own the powerful ability to decrypt the latest DVD discs and rip DVD to PS Vita video for you in just a few clicks.
Import DVD to PS Vita converter
After you download and install this DVD to PS Vita converter, launch it to import DVD to PS Vita converter for processing, both DVD discs and folders importable.
Set 2D to 3D conversion (optional)
The 2D to 3D conversion ability within this DVD to PS Vita converter allows you to freely convert 2D DVD to 3D video. Click 3D button to go into the 3D panel, wherein you could select and preview 3D effect freely.
Figure output profile
In Profile panel (click the icon before 3D on Mac DVD to PS Vita converter), figure out the output profile for PS Vita. You can choose output profile from the Common group or directly from the PSP group (choose Sony group on Mac DVD to PS Vita converter).
Convert DVD to PS Vita video
Click the convert button bellow the preview player panel to start to convert DVD to PS Vita video after the above settings done. After you convert DVD to PS Vita video, you could transfer DVD to PS Vita and freely watch DVD on PS Vita as you like.
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Convert DVDs to any video formats(in 3D) easily so you can enjoy them on portable devices on the go.
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The PlayStation Vita is an upcoming handheld game console under development by Sony Computer Entertainment. It is the successor to the PlayStation Portable as part of the PlayStation family of gaming devices. It is set to release in Japan and parts of Asia in late 2011, and in Europe and North America in early 2012. The handheld includes two analog sticks, a 5-inch (130 mm) OLED multi-touch capacitive touchscreen, and supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and optionally 3G. Internally, the Vita features a 4 core ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore processor and a 4 core SGX543MP4+ graphics processing unit, as well as LiveArea software as its main user interface, which succeeds the XrossMediaBar.