Lets face it so many of us have a huge number of photos and video on our iPhones and iPads, it is just so tempting to click that shutter when we see something we like. The problem is we either want to back them up, and there is no doubt we should all do that, or just copy them to the computer so we can use them somewhere else such as in a video editor or Photoshop.
Some of you may email them to yourself which can take time, but there is a better way, here is how you can do it on a PC or Apple Mac
Here is a video to show you how.
If you have Handbrake for ripping DVDs then you might need this fix to make it work. People who have used Handbrake sometimes say that their videos are broken up or pixelated.
Here is a solution that has worked for many people who have dropped me a line about it.
One thing that used to work is installing VLC from videolan.org, VLC is a good video player that is free and available for Windows and Mac.
This fix will also help if you have been getting the error message “Your source may be copy protected, badly mastered or in a format which Handbrake does not support”
Here are the step by steps to get things up and running.
- Download and install the 64 bit version of Handbrake for Windows from http://handbrake.fr/downloads.php. Make a note of which folder you install it in. By default it is usually C:\Program Files\Handbrake.
- You need a file which is libdvdcss.dll and you need the 64-Bit version which is available from VideoLan at http://download.videolan.org/pub/libdvdcss/1.2.11/win64/libdvdcss-2.dll and move or copy it to your Handbrake folder that you noted above.As mentioned it is usuallyC:\Program Files\Handbrake.
- The file you have downloaded is called libdvdcss-2.dll which needs to be renamed to to libdvdcss.dll in your Handbrake folder, this is the folder you just copied the file to.
- Now try it on a short clip, if you have one, to test it out. I use a short clip so that I can see if has worked without having to wait for a whole film to be converted.