In this modern age, almost everything that people need in their daily lives already has a counterpart in the digital world. Books can now be read online, pictures can be stored, viewed and shared using any handheld device, and music and movies can be found, downloaded, and seen all while staring into a little electronic screen. The music industry was among the earliest to experience the worldwide conversion to digital copies, with most songs and albums being downloaded via the Internet, through legal distributors or otherwise. With the demise of the encyclopaedia, printed books are fast becoming a novelty, too, just like how cassette tapes and CDs are now considered decorative rather than truly functional objects. Given time, you can expect movies to follow suit. Analogue tapes have made way for video CDs and VCDs have given way to DVDs. Eventually DVDs may become obsolete, and the most prevalent method for sharing videos will be through digital copies.
However, besides the trend towards virtual storage, there are other advantages that come with converting your DVD to video files that can be stored on your computer, or through cloud storage services. For one, it eliminates a lot of clutter. Your massive library of movies will no longer have to take up so much space in your living room. Instead, they can all be housed in a single computer, a pocket-sized external drive, or in a virtual storage facility, which is something that does not occupy any physical space in your house.
Moreover, since your movie files are in one convenient location with a built-in provision for indexing, you can easily locate the movie or video you need. All you have to do is input its name in a search box and wait for the results. This will save a lot of time spent browsing through your massive video collection or unearthing video cassette tapes of memorable events in a long-forgotten box stored in your mom’s attic.
In addition to the space saved and the convenience of finding the files you need, converting your DVD to video files lets you bring them with you wherever you go. There are a number of file formats that can be played on different platforms, so whether you save your video in your phone, tablet or laptop, you will be able to watch them wherever you are, provided that you have the appropriate video player.
Lastly, you can make adjustments to your video files if you are not satisfied with their quality on the DVD or analogue tape. DVD to video conversion tools come with loads of compression and editing options, so you can save your videos in whatever format you prefer, at the size that you want, and with the modifications that you require for a wholesome viewing experience.
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