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Put/Add DVDs to Microsoft Surface Windows 8 Pro with subtitles
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On its launch day, the Microsoft Surface Pro has been announced as “sold-out”. There were the occasional lines in front of Microsoft stores, and it wasn’t hard to find excited customers on the web. However, it is just impossible to tell at this point if the fact that it is sold-out is the result of high-demand, or short-supply. Overall, I really see why a certain crowd of ultra-mobile users would want one: it is a real PC, yet has a smaller footprint than 11″ laptops and weigh only 2 lbs, which is about 0.5 lbs more than an iPad.  The Surface Pro is powered by an Intel Core i5 processor equipped with 4GB of RAM. As such, it can run any Windows application. At the same time, it features Windows 8's "Modern UI" tablet-style user interface aka Metro.

If you have a large collection of DVD movies, and want to rip DVD to Microsoft Surface Windows Pro compatible format for better enjoyment on the go, you will need a great software to help you.

The Brorsoft DVD to Microsoft Surface Pro Converter is easy to use and can help users to rip and convert DVD to more commonly used formats like MP4 for Windows 8 Pro. Its wizard-styled interface and optimal preset profiles enable you to rip DVD to Microsoft Windows tablet without any hassle while holding the utmost quality.

So in the following pages, I would like to show you a full guide about how to rip off and transfer DVDs to Microsoft Surface for Windows 8 Pro with subtitles.

Step 1: You need to download, install and run the best DVD software for Surface Pro on your computer. Put your DVD disc into DVD Drive, then click DVD disc button to load your DVD movies. Of course, you can also load your DVD movies from the DVD movie folder if you’ve backup on your hard drive.

Step 2: Choose Format >> Windows >> Microsoft Surface Windows RT H.264 Video (*.mp4), which is also the proper format for Surface Pro Windows 8.
Tip: You can click "Settings" to change the video encoder, resolution, frame rate, etc. as you wish. For watching videos on the Windows 8 tablet, 720p with 1500~2500kbps is just all right. Too large video size and high video bitrate would make the output looks blocky and terrible. Or, you can just leave the size the same as the original.

Step 3: After choosing the output profile and video/audio settings, you are allowed to choose "Audio Track" and "Subtitle" in order to play DVD on Surface Pro with subtitles, having a better experience.

Step 4: you can click the "Convert" button; the DVD tool will start to rip off DVDs to Surface Pro Windows 8 at 5-6x faster speed.

Right after the conversion, you can transfer the result videos to Microsoft Surface Windows Pro via USB cable or a microSD card. Soon later, you can get DVD movie files on Surface Pro tablet for great entertainment.

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