How to convert DVD to play in Windows 8’s Windows Media Player

You may have collected a bunch of DVD movies and want to play them on your Windows 8 system computer. However, DVD playback is not available in Windows 8 currently.  Luckily, there’s a solution that you can convert your DVD (including the latest DVDs) into Windows Media Player’s friendly formats like WMV, AVI, MPEG, etc., then enjoy those converted DVD movies with Windows Media Player freely on Windows 8. Here we offer you an easy guide about how to convert and play DVD in Windows 8’s Windows Media Player.

If you need to rip or convert DVD with subtitles onto Windows Media Player, Any DVD Converter Pro is your best choice. With it, you can fast convert your DVD collections to Windows Media Player compatible videos with great quality. Then you could play DVD smoothly on Windows 8 PC.

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Step 1. Load your DVD movie

Run Any DVD Converter Pro and click “Add DVD” to import your DVD movie. DVD disc, ISO files, DVD folder, and IFO files are all supported.

Tips: You can then customize your DVD movies by selecting your favorite subtitles, audio track, cutting unnecessary parts, adjusting video effects, cropping videos, etc.

Step 2. Choose proper output format

To play DVD movies on Windows Media Player successfully, it is of necessity to pick up Windows Media Player friendly video format. Under the Output Profile drop down list, you could choose “Common Video Formats > Customized WMV Movie (*.wmv)” as proper output format.

Step 3. Start to convert DVD in Windows 8

Press Convert Now! button to start the DVD conversion for Windows 8 instantly. Once the conversion is completed, you can simply play the converted video files on your Windows 8 computer to enjoy in no time!

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