How to convert and upload DVD to Facebook?

Diana Joan

Jun 28, 2017 09:02 am / Posted by Diana Joan

You may would like to shoot everything with a video camera and burn them on to DVDs, such as your wedding video, high school reunion and home party. You may also keen to buy some DVD discs when the latest movies released for watching on your big screen TV at home. Therefore, dozens of homemade or commercial DVD discs may have piled up in the cupboard waiting to be seen. Do you want to share these contents from DVD to Facebook, which is a popular social networking site lets us keep constant contact with family, friends and acquaintances. It is  is a great way for you to share your personal moments or just your favorite DVD movies with a variety of your friends.

However, when you are trying to upload DVD to Facebook, you may get into trouble since Facebook doesn't support directly uploading DVD native files. What's more, those DVDs you bought from store contain various copy proteaction and region code that avoid you from extracting contents from DVD discs. Uploading DVD to Facebook seems to be a difficult task.

Facebook supported file formats

According to Facebook Help Center, we find that Facebook only accept these video formats listed below:

3g2/3gp/3gpp (Mobile Video), wmv/asf (Windows Media Video), avi (AVI Video), dat (MPEG Video), divx (DIVX Video), dv (DV Video), f4v/FLV (Flash Video), m2ts (M2TS Video), mkv (Matroska Format), mod (MOD Video), mov/qt (QuickTime Movie), mp4/m4v/mpeg4 (MPEG-4 Video), mpe/mpeg/mpg (MPEG Video), mts (AVCHD Video), nsv (Nullsoft Video), ogm/ogv (Ogg Media Format), tod (TOD Video), ts (MPEG Transport Stream), vob (DVD Video).

Sometimes, although your video format is included in Facbook supported list, you may still meet other uploading issues such as large video file size, long video length, wrong codec, bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, etc. The following best Facebook video and audio settings are listed if you want to go into deep study about the best video format for Facebook.

1. Best Video Profile Settings for Facebook

Codec

The best format to upload to Facebook is H.264 video with AAC audio in MP4 or MOV format. It currently gives you a great bang for your buck in the file size to relative quality ratio, offering the best video compression available, and due to the file size limitations, this format is the optimal choice for Facebook video. And there's no need to change the parameter during Facebook uploading.

Resolution

Use a file with the larger edge of the video constrained to1280px. If your video is less than 1280px in size on the larger edge, try to keep your dimensions to multiples of 16px for best compression.

Frame Rate

Usually videos have the best quality if the frame rate is between 25-30 fps. So you are recommended to keep the frame rate of your video at or below30fps.

Aspect Ratio

The aspect ratio of the video must be within the range of 9x16 to 16x9which most videos should have, and the video exceeding the file size or length that the upload page suggests will be rejected.

Bitrate

There is no recommendation for Bitrate as it highly rests upon codec. So you are suggested to optimize video for resolution, aspect ratio and frame rate rather than bitrate.

2. Best Audio Profile Settings for Facebook

Codec

MP3 is preferred

Samping Rate

Use stereo audio with a sample rate of 44,100hz.

Channels

The number of audio channels will be maintained for stereo and mono streams. 5.1-channel audio will be down-mixed to stereo. All other channel configurations are currently unsupported.

3. Maximum file size: 4GB.

4. Video duration: less than 120 min.

So, if you decide to upload DVD to Facebook, the video clips of DVD formats need to be converted to Facebook supported file formats listed above. Among the large supported video format list, H.264 MP4 is largely recommended due to its smallest size, high quality (not very lossy) and its compatiblity with all media players and websites. And you need to make sure your video doesn't exceed the size or the time limits you see above. Next, a new question comes: how to convert DVD to Facebook supported H.264 MP4 video file and keep the video files under the size and time limits? Here the best DVD to Facebook converter will do you a favor.

Get Best DVD to Facebook Converter to help you upload DVD to Facebook

Pavtube DVDAid (Mac version )is a professional DVD to Facebook converter, which can extract the best Facebook video file format from DVD discs, no matter your DVD is commercial or homemade. Besides the ability to output various Facebook suported file formats, this converter also supports directly convert DVD to some editing tools, such as Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Window Movie Maker, Window DVD Maker, etc. So you can create your own video in these professional video editor before uploading to Facebook.

To meet Facebook video length requirements, this converter also contains a built-in video editor that provides some basic editing options, such as trim or cut off video to remove unwanted parts for shortening video length without quality loss. You can also compress your video to make your video under the Maximum file size of Facebook by adjusting output profile parameters. This DVD to Facebook converter will never let you down. Now, just download and install this software on your PC, follow the next guide to start converting DVD to Facebook.

How to convert DVD to Facebook supported File formats?

Step 1: Load source DVD

Run this DVD to Facebook converter on your computer, and click "File" button on upper-left corner to follow "Load from disc" to import the source DVD discs. DVD Folder, DVD IFO File and DVD ISO Image File can also be imported.

load dvd

Step 2: Choose Facebook supported format

Click the Format bar to choose "Common Video"> " H.264 High Profile Video(*.mp4)" for Facebook.

output mp4

Tips:

1. If your video size is large than 4GB, you can compress your video in the following way: Click "Settings" behind Format bar to open "Profile Settings" window. You can change output video resolution to 640 x 480, which is more preferable by video sharing sites like YouTube, Facebook and Vimeo. You can also lower the bit rate 20-50% of the default to get small files.

profie settings

2. If you video is longer than 120 minutes, just click the "Edit" icon on the UI to open "Video Editor" window. You can cut off the unwanted parts from a long video to short ones by trim function. Just switch to "Trim" tab in “Video Editor” Interface and follow any of the methods below:
a. Drag the control sliders trimtrimto include the segment you want to remain. 
b. Click the left square bracket trimto set start point, and click the right square bracket trimto set end point when previewing the video. 
c. Input specific values to “Start” and “End” box. 

trim

Step 3: Start DVD to Facebook Video Conversion.

After finishing the above steps, start ripping DVD to Facebook friendly format for uploading DVD to Facebook by clicking "Convert" button. After a few minutes, you can get the DVD video files suitable for Facebook uploading. This converter can also generate the best video files from DVD for uploading to YouTube, Vimeo and other vidoe sharing websites. Then the task of uploading DVD to Facebook with Facebook desktop webiste can be easily completed with the following few steps: 
1. Choose Add Photo/Video in the Share box at the top of your Home page or Timeline. 
2. Click Upload Photos/Video. 
3. Select a video file from your computer. 
4. Click Post.


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