Facebook, featured with a lot of interactions for users, is a popular and free social networking website. Photos application on Facebook, as one of the most admired applications, enables you to upload albums, photos and status. In fact, Facebook can also support uploading videos. However, it has some limits to the length of the uploading file( no more than 20 minutes long) and its size (no more than 1GB in Size).
You may have tried uploading protected DVD to Facbook Mac, but failed. Here recommend a powerful tool-Mac DVD to Facebook Converter, which can help you out of the problem. What's more, it can also support you to rip any clip of DVD video and merge several files to one file.
DVD to Facebook Converter Mac can not only decrypt protected DVD video, but also convert DVD videos to the formats like MP4, AVI, WMV, MOV, 3GP, MP3, WAV for playback on lots of portable devices such as iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, Blackberry, Zune etc.
Step 2: Select the output format under the down-list list of "Profile". Meanwhile, specify the folder to store the exported file, when click "Browse".
When the conversion is completed, you can upload the generated video to Facebook.
Tip 1: Video formats supported by Facebook are listed below: Mobile Video (*.3g2, *.3gp, *.3gpp), Windows Media Video (*.asf), AVI Video (*.avi), * Flash Video (*.flv), MPEG Video (*.mpeg, *.mpe. *.mpg), MPEG-4 Video (*.m4v, *.mp4, *.mpeg4), Matroska Format (*.mkv), QuickTime Movie (*.mov, *.qt), Nullsoft Video (*.nsv), Ogg Format (*.ogm), DVD Video (*.vob), Windows Media Video (*.wmv). The most favorable format is MPEG-4 for its small size and high quality of picture.
Tip 2: If you would like to rip clip from the imported DVD video, click "Trim" to customize the length of the clip.
Tip 3: If you plan to merge several video files to one file, load those videos at first and tick their corresponding titles, then click "Merge into one file" and press "Convert" to begin to convert.
Another useful guide offers you to personalize and optimze your own video, please refer to How to trim, crop, edit, combine DVD clips and capture pictures?