The 2013 iPhone 5C takes the 2012 iPhone 5 in a less-expensive, more fun direction with colorful unibody polycarbonate shells in red, green, blue, yellow, and white. It also sports a better LTE radio with support for more bands in more places, and an improved FaceTime. Plus, it ships with iOS 7, Apple's completely redesigned mobile operating system.
Sure, with 326 ppi, everything looks amazing, even the 1080p full HD movies. You might have purchased and download lots of HD 720p and 1080p movies from iTunes store, some of these movies, although you might have purchased a physical DVD or Blu-ray disc sets, for digital copy collection purpose, you pay again for them. The fact is, you don’t really have to purchase them – with a DVD ripper you can easily rip these HD dvds to iPhone 5C formatted .mp4 video with customized size and quality. 480p DVDs with the original aspect ration 3:2, 1.78:1 and 2.35:1 can also be ripped to 720p video that plays on iPhone 5C. One key point is, few DVD rippers keep the 16:9 aspect ratio as Pavtube DVD ripper does. The following guide tells how to convert movies from DVD ISO/IFO to iPhone 5C formatted 16:9 widescreen video to fit the screen best.
How to convert DVD ISO/IFO to video plays full screen on iPhone 5C:
Step 1. Run the DVD ISO/IFO to iPhone 5C ripper and load DVD ISO/IFO file to the software.
Step 2. Select the main movie and then set desired audio& subtitles language.
Step 3. Select iPhone 5C video format from the drop-down profile list of “Format” bar.
In case that you can’t find iPhone 5C format: Download profile patch that consist iPhone 5C optimized presets. Double-click to install the presets.
Step 4. Press the big Convert button to start ripping DVD ISO/IFO to iPhone 5C playable videos. After conversion you can add the ripped movie to iTunes and sync movies to iPhone 5C.
How to manually stretch DVD ISO/IFO movie to fit the 16:9 screen:
Custom video to fit iPhone 5C full screen play mode: click on “Settings” and set video size to 1136 X 640. If you rip 16:9 Blu-ray movie, just leave the bitrate to 1920x1080.
How to crop black bars on top and bottom of the image and still keep 16:9 aspect ratio:
1. On the main interface, press “Edit” to enter video editor. Switch to “Crop” tab.
2. Click on the Keep Ration lock.
3. Select 16:9 from the Operation Ratio box.
4. Crop out the black bars by 16:9. This may sacrifice some image on left and right side.
5. Click “OK”, back to the main interface and go on ripping DVD/Blu-ray/ISO to iPhone 5C video.
Read more iPhone 5C playing and streaming tips at iPhone specials.