"I loaded 4 movies onto my IPad, 2 from ITunes, and 2 from DVD's of mine. The volume is too low, even at max volume, both with earphones and without, to be able to hear them. The 2 movies from ITunes have a somewhat higher volume that the other 2."
Unlike ripping CDs, ripping DVDs poses many challenges for the average user. Because you need to get audio and video---and need to get them synced correctly---problems with the final version frequently arise. One common problem is that the volume is too low. The solution might seem to be to simply turn up the speakers, but the sound of a low-volume movie cranked up can crackle or distort. Instead, you increase your DVD rip volume by changing it before you begin the rip process. Pavtube DVD Ripper /Blu-ray ripper includes the volume control option that lets users to boost the volume when ripping DVD/Bluray to view on iPad and iPhone.
How to Increase DVD Rip Volume for iPad
Step 1: Load DVD source file into Pavtube DVD to new iPad 3 Converter
Users are allowed to load DVD disc into the program directly from a computer’s DVD Rom, or from a DVD Folder or DVD ISO/IFO file stored on the hard drive.
Step 2: Select wanted language as subtitles and audio track
Click on the dropdown menu after “Subtitles” and “Audio”, after that all the subtitles and audio info in the DVD movie will be displayed clearly, you can then select your needed subtitles stream and sound track to be kept in the converted videos at will.
On top of that, Pavtube new iPad 3 DVD Ripper also offers a “forced subtitles” option, which enables you to see subtitles only when actors are speaking a different language. For instance, if you specify English (your mother tongue) as your subtitles, and meanwhile tick off “forced subtitles” option, then when actors are speaking English, no subtitles will show up, but when they are talking with each other in French, the English subtitles will appear accompanying with the French. But you should notice whether the “forced subtitles” work or not, it totally depends on your DVD’s manufacturers, in others words, ONLY when there are forced subs in your DVD source, Pavtube software are able to display and reserve them once you checked “forced subtitles” option before conversion.
Step 3: Choose best video format for new iPad 3
There are three format presets optimized for the new iPad 3, which one to choose is totally depending on your own requirements. If you wanna medium video quality with relatively small output file size, you can choose “iPad 3 MPEG 4 Video (*.mp4)”, if you wanna get a 720p video for your iPad 3, you can select “iPad 3 HD Video (*.mp4)”, if you prefer to make full use of the new iPad 3’s 2048x1536 screen to watch 1080p DVD video(Blu-ray to iPad 3 ripping recommended profile), you can choose “iPad 3 Full HD Video (*.mp4)” as output.
Note:For standard DVD to new iPad 3 ripping, 720p video is recommended. Even if you choose the 1080p as target, no obvious visual improvement will appear, because the DVD movie’s original quality is much lower than 1080p.
For your reference - best video settings for iPad 3 DVD ripping
Profile: iPad 3 HD Video (*.mp4) Video Audio Codec: h264
Bit rate: 4,000 kbps
Frame rate: 30 fps
Sample rate: 48,000 hz
Bit rate: 128 kbps
Step 4: Set DVD rip volume up for iPad 3.
Press Ctrl + E (or the “Edit” button) to enter video editor, and then find the volume controller. Drag the slider to set volume up/down. You can set up to 400% of original volume.
Step 5. Start DVD to iPad 3 ripping
Back to the main interface and click the big button “Convert” to rip DVD for iPad 3. When the conversion is finished, you can sync the converted DVD MP4 files to iPad 3 via iTunes with ease.