Founded by Jake Lodwick and Zach Klein in November of 2004, Vimeo is a video sharing platform where people can share their own videos online as well as view those of others. The platform is free of off-putting advertisements, allowing viewers to focus on their chosen video. It’s a great place for artists and film makers looking to make it big. The platform has grown to over 14 million members. Today we will show you how to upload DVD contenes to Vimeo with ease.

Part 1: About Vimeo

The website supports HD video and, from August 2010 on, encodes all uploaded videos into H.264 format for HTML5 compatibility. Standard users, aka non-Plus users, are allowed to upload 500 MB of standard definition and one HD video per week. Plus users, who pay a $60 premium each year, are allowed to upload a total of 5 GB of videos per week, including an unlimited number of HD videos. A PRO membership is also available, allowing a total of 50 GB of video uploads a week.



In case you are wondering, it differs largely from YouTube because of its “artsy” distinctiveness. That’s not to say that there aren’t any great artists promoting their work on YouTube – because they’re definitely there as well – but YouTube is so huge that it encompasses everything you could point a camera at. Vimeo, on the other hand, is very much known specifically for creative artistry. The site also supports many formats to make a user’s video sharing experience very much worth it.

How to upload movies to Vimeo

Don’t know how to upload movies to Vimeo for sharing with your family and friends? Here you will find the best solution to upload DVD to Vimeo.


Depending on your type of account, there are many file formats that Vimeo supports. Vimeo recommends videos that use the H.264 codec. MOV and MP4 files are two of the most common files uploaded over at the site. AVI and MKV are supported as well. When you try to upload video files to Vimeo, an error message will show up if the file comes in an unsupported video format. Since DVD is not included in the list, in order to share your DVD movies on Vimeo, you have to rip DVD to Vimeo friendly video formats using a DVD ripping program.

DVD ripping program- Leawo DVD Ripper

Leawo DVD Ripper is an excellent DVD ripping tool. It can help you convert DVD/Blu-ray videos to Vimeo supported video formats with fast speed and easy operation. No other DVD rip software like Leawo DVD Ripper supports so rich video/audio formats, which can clip and merge DVD’s any segments, select target subtitle and audio track, and set diverse output formats from one concurrently.


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☉ Convert DVD to video/audio files like MKV, MP4, AVI, FLV, RMVB, etc.

☉ Convert DVD to iPad, iPhone, Android devices

☉ Edit DVD videos with built-in video editor.

☉ Add 3D effect with built-in 3D movie creator.

☉ Select subtitles and audio tracks from source DVD movies for output videos.

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This ripping platform offers coverage for a large video and audio format’s list, including both standard and high-definition. Not merely a DVD converter, Leawo DVD Ripper also includes a handy video editor that allows you to trim, crop, effect and watermark source video. Other features can be applied to adjust output parameters, such as brightness and color balance.


Still, some bonus user-friendly features include:

  • built-in player
  • screenshots
  • output file parameter settings
  • subtitle and audio track selections
  • merging files into one
  • batch converting

Leawo DVD Ripper also does a marvelous job on removing copy protections on any DVD disc, and it fully support Intel and AMD graphics accelerating to speed up video conversion dramatically.

Part 2: How to convert DVD to Vimeo with Leawo DVD Ripper

This tutorial takes Leawo DVD Ripper as an example to convert DVD to Vimeo.

Step 1: Download and install Leawo DVD Ripper.


Step 2: simple click “Add Blue-ray/ DVD” icon to load your DVD disc files you want to put on your Vimeo. Some user-friendly settings could be done here, including reordering DVD chapters or titles, selecting subtitle and audio, previewing DVD videos with built-in player, screenshot during previewing, etc.


Step 3: Set the output video profile that Vimeo. Click the drop-down box (named “MP4 Video” by default), and click “Change” to choose your targeted output format.


Step 4:Adjust detailed settings. Click the drop-down box and click “Edit” to adjust video and audio parameters of output format, including: video codec, quality, bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, channel, audio codec, resolution, etc.