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How to Rip/Convert DVD Movies onto Samsung Captivate for watching

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This text will show you how to rip DVD, and convert DVD to Samsung galaxy s (Captivate) built in Android OS. Samsung’s Galaxy S is sold under different names in the US. Verizon has it as the Fascinate, T-Mobile as Vibrant, AT&T as the Captivate and US Cellular as the Galaxy S. It’s essentially the same phone as the Galaxy S which is already on sale in the UK, only badged differently, with slightly different looks. Okay, before we get started, let's get to know Samsung galaxy s.



Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 looks very similar to the Samsung Beam. It utilizes a large 4-inch WVGA Super AMOLED screen, a 1GHz processor and the Android 2.1 operating system. The camera is 5MP with option for 720p HD video recording at 30 frames per second. Other goodies include 3G, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, HD video playback, as well as playback for many other formats like FLAC, and MKV.
Samsung Galaxy S (captivate) video/audio format
Video playback: MPEG4, H.263, H.264, DivX, XviD, WMV, AVI, 3GP, Flash Video
Music player: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, FLAC, WMA, WAV, AMR, OGG, MIDI
How to play/watch DVD movie on Samsung Galaxy S (Captivate) –Convert DVD to Samsung Galaxy S Mpeg-4

Sharp tool makes good work, as a good DVD to Samsung Galaxy s converter, Wondershare DVD Ripper software can convert and transfer DVDs onto Samsung Galaxy S (Captivate) with fast speed and lossless output. And you don't need to worry about if you can get DRM protected DVD movies onto Samsung Galaxy S(Captivate) because of the restriction.

Additionaly, afraid of DVD movie is too large and your Samsung Galaxy S(Captivate) hasn’t enough space to store a DVD? DVD to Samsung Galaxy s(Captivate) converter will help you cut off unwanted DVD chapters titles, cut off credits and movie in between, and finally join DVD movies into one. Nothing is impossible.



Step 1. Free Download Wondershare DVD Ripper platinum, install and run it
Step 2.Load DVD movies

Insert your DVD movie into your DVD drive .Click the Load DVD button (Or click the Load IFO button) to load your DVD.
Step 3. Select the output format for your Samsung Galaxy s(Captivate)

If you want to extract DVD audio to Samsung Galaxy S (Captivate), you need to select the output format as AAC or MP3.
Step 4. Converted DVD to Samsung Galaxy S(Captivate)
Click "Start" to start conversion. All the tasks of conversion will be finished at fast speed and high output quality.
That's it. Now, you have already convert DVD to Samsung-friendly format and then you can Get/Put the converted DVD Movies to Samsung galaxy s(captivate) for watching on the go.
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The Android smartphone segment keeps getting stronger, and the Samsung Galaxy S looks set to be a key player in 2010. Not only does it get the company's coveted Super AMOLED display, but a 1GHz processor, 720p HD video recording and plenty of wireless connectivity. Now freshly announced as incoming to Verizon as the Fascinate, T-Mobile USA as the Vibrant and of course AT&T as the Captivate, the Galaxy S is certainly spreading itself around. So how does this Android 2.1 device compare with Apple's iPhone 4? We will take you through the key differences in features and performance between the two devices.
[img]http://www.nidesoft.com/forum/samsung/samsung-iphone4.jpg[/img]
Screen
The first thing you notice about the Galaxy S Vibrant is how it lives up to its name. The Super AMOLED touch screen which measures 4" and has a 480×800 resolution is truly stunning. The blacks are deep; the colors are rich and jewel-like. I've always preferred OLED to LCD when it comes to HDTV displays (though sadly this use of the technology has yet to catch on at the manufacturing stage) and the same is true when it comes to the mobile arena. The iPhone 4 uses an LED-backlit IPS-LCD screen at 3.5" with an astounding 640×960 resolution which they refer to as a "Retina Display". Though the specs are impressive, in comparing the iPhone 4 to the Galaxy S, I didn't find that text was any easier to read on the iPhone or that images were any sharper. Both phones have excellent screens, but the Galaxy S's larger and brighter display makes for a better viewing experience.
Operating System:
iPhone 4 comes pre-installed with Apple's new iOS 4.x.x that includes more than 100 new features.
Samsung Captivate is powered by Android 2.1 that offers a slew of customizations including the ability to add widgets and custom alerts. This is in addition to functionalities like free turn-by-turn GPS navigation, voice-to-text and the ability to add any app of choice.
However, the functional difference between a Samsung Galaxy S and iPhone 4 is one of personal choice and users who prefer simplicity and minimalism will find iPhone 4 appealing.
Compatibility:
Folks at TiPb point out that the Captivate may not be an ideal device for Mac users. Unlike the iPhone 4 which only requires the user to plug into iTunes to sync content, the Captivate will require several workarounds to achieve the same task. Also, MobileMe users may find it difficult to restore content while switching handsets.
Photos & Video Recording
Both devices have 5 megapixel cameras capable of capturing 720p high-def video at 30 frames per second. Both have software zoom capability. But the iPhone takes a slight lead in this category, based solely on improvements to the iOS. The iPhone 4 can capture HDR (High Dynamic Range) photos which significantly improve the look of images that would otherwise have washed-out areas or poor detail. In video mode, you can trim the video clips you just shot and immediately upload them to YouTube via Wi-Fi. Meanwhile, some of the company's preloaded tools aren't bad, however; there's a full copy of Swype, the gesture-based keyboard (though it isn't enabled by default) and Samsung's multimedia player is far better than the standard Google offering. It supports MPEG4, H.264, H.263, DivX, Xvid, WMV, AVI, MKV and FLV video, among others, together with a healthy clutch of audio formats including OFF and FLAC. Paired with the 3.5mm headphones jack and onboard storage you've got an Android phone that could certainly give an iPod touch a run for its money.
But most of movies are DVD format. How could I watch them on Samsung smartphone? I search this question on Google and find good software named [url=http://www.nidesoft.com/dvd-to-samsung-converter.html]Nidesoft DVD to Samsung Converter[/url]which could help you convert DVD movie to many video formats to support the Samsung family devices, including DVD to Samsung MP4 and MP3 player YP series and Samsung mobile phone. And [url=http://www.nidesoft.com/video-converter.html]Nidesoft Video Converter[/url]could convert video and audio files between all popular formats such as convert AVI to MP4, MP3 to WAV, WMV to MPEG, MOV to AAC, etc. I think these two software is good assistant for Samsung phone users. You may try it and be able to rent or purchase movies and TV shows wherever you want.
Battery Life
Apple says talk time is up to seven hours with 300 hours of standby time. Samsung claims 6.5 hours of talk time and 576 standby hours.
Conclusion
The Galaxy S Vibrant and the iPhone 4 are both incredibly sophisticated and powerful smartphones that are ideal companions for people who want complete control of their digital lives while on the go. But if I had to choose right now, I'd probably go with the iPhone. While I preferred the overall user experience of the Galaxy S, having an iPad at home has made me an App Store junky and I'm reluctant to give up on our collection of apps even if it means a few more typos.

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[img]http://www.nidesoft.com/forum/samsung/samsung-iphone4.jpg[/img]
Screen
The first thing you notice about the Galaxy S Vibrant is how it lives up to its name. The Super AMOLED touch screen which measures 4" and has a 480×800 resolution is truly stunning. The blacks are deep; the colors are rich and jewel-like. I've always preferred OLED to LCD when it comes to HDTV displays (though sadly this use of the technology has yet to catch on at the manufacturing stage) and the same is true when it comes to the mobile arena. The iPhone 4 uses an LED-backlit IPS-LCD screen at 3.5" with an astounding 640×960 resolution which they refer to as a "Retina Display". Though the specs are impressive, in comparing the iPhone 4 to the Galaxy S, I didn't find that text was any easier to read on the iPhone or that images were any sharper. Both phones have excellent screens, but the Galaxy S's larger and brighter display makes for a better viewing experience.
Operating System:
iPhone 4 comes pre-installed with Apple's new iOS 4.x.x that includes more than 100 new features.
Samsung Captivate is powered by Android 2.1 that offers a slew of customizations including the ability to add widgets and custom alerts. This is in addition to functionalities like free turn-by-turn GPS navigation, voice-to-text and the ability to add any app of choice.
However, the functional difference between a Samsung Galaxy S and iPhone 4 is one of personal choice and users who prefer simplicity and minimalism will find iPhone 4 appealing.
Compatibility:
Folks at TiPb point out that the Captivate may not be an ideal device for Mac users. Unlike the iPhone 4 which only requires the user to plug into iTunes to sync content, the Captivate will require several workarounds to achieve the same task. Also, MobileMe users may find it difficult to restore content while switching handsets.
Photos & Video Recording
Both devices have 5 megapixel cameras capable of capturing 720p high-def video at 30 frames per second. Both have software zoom capability. But the iPhone takes a slight lead in this category, based solely on improvements to the iOS. The iPhone 4 can capture HDR (High Dynamic Range) photos which significantly improve the look of images that would otherwise have washed-out areas or poor detail. In video mode, you can trim the video clips you just shot and immediately upload them to YouTube via Wi-Fi. Meanwhile, some of the company's preloaded tools aren't bad, however; there's a full copy of Swype, the gesture-based keyboard (though it isn't enabled by default) and Samsung's multimedia player is far better than the standard Google offering. It supports MPEG4, H.264, H.263, DivX, Xvid, WMV, AVI, MKV and FLV video, among others, together with a healthy clutch of audio formats including OFF and FLAC. Paired with the 3.5mm headphones jack and onboard storage you've got an Android phone that could certainly give an iPod touch a run for its money.
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Battery Life
Apple says talk time is up to seven hours with 300 hours of standby time. Samsung claims 6.5 hours of talk time and 576 standby hours.
Conclusion
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