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Thread: Program that can rip the audio from a DVD?




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    Hi, I have a music video DVD, but I'm tired of having to watch the DVD to listen to the music. Is there a program that allows me to turn the DVD's audio tracks into MP3s?

    Thx!

    P.S.: I tried a few from Downloads.com, and they either didn't work, or the sound quality was horrible.

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    You can find some info here:
    http://www.doom9.org/

    The best place.

    Under "Guides" you find how to do it, with good quality.

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    Thx. I checked that site, but can't find a program that does what I'm looking for. Maybe one of them does do it, but I'm not sophisticated enough to understand how I can do it with any program there (I couldn't find anything that dicussed ripping the audio only from DVDs). Do you happen to know which program does what I need?

    Thx for the help!

    tj

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    So what you are trying to do is extract the audio from DVD movie clips? A video DVD doesn't have audio tracks like a CD, it's part of the movie file. As for extracting the audio as MP3, I personally don't know of any software that will do this for you, but there's a couple long and complicated processes that aren't really worth the effort...

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    There actually are a couple programs that claim they do it. I tried them, and their quality was crappy. I was thinking there must be a program that can do it with decent quality....

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    u can select what video files you want to extract from the DVD using dvd decrypter.

    However im not sure if u can select audio files to extract :confused:

    take a look, you might get lucky.

    They most likely wont be in mp3 format, you will have to get an audio converter software to do it for you.
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    Sorry for not been clear. Beefy is right, it may be a litte complicated.


    Ok, there are two ways:
    * Extract all the audio and then cut it, or
    * cut the "tracks" and then convert them.

    Extract all the audio: You only need to programs, Robo4Rip and one to cut (split) mp3, for example "Mp3DirectCut" (try to find a better one). Robo4Rip is included here:
    http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/g...p.exe?download

    Install it and follow this guide to configure it and to extract the audio:
    http://www.doom9.org/r4r-guide.htm

    After it finishes the job, you will have a mp3 file, now you have to cut it into single tracks. And that's all.

    I'm very bad to explian things in the easiest way (add the fact I don't speak English), but I hope it helps and not the opposite.

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    Thx for the suggestions! I found a program there that works well. I am currently cutting the giant MP3 file into individual tracks.


    Thx again!

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    Tell me how it worked out as I'm a little intrested in learning this particular process myself.. :)


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