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can you get the sound only?

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by actech, May 24, 2004.

  1. actech

    actech Regular member

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    now why would i want to record the sound of a dvd and nothing else? well of course to enjoy the music in my car and headphones at work. got a few concert performances i would like to put on cd. can this be done? kurt
     
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    #1 DVD Audio Ripper is my choice. It rips to mp3, ogg, wma or wav. High end audio - Dolby - is kept also.

    http://www.dvdtox.com/dvdaudioripper.htm

    I like to burn the audio to CD and use as a kind of "talking book" of my favorite DVDs.

     
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    thank you for the info. glad to be back on line had a tornado 2 blks. away about an hour after i posted. kurt
     
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    Tornados are running wild in my area of OK tonight. Hope all is well with you and yours.

     
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    rwg,
    so far so good as i listen to thunder start in,gonna have to get off here. don't trust my lightning protection that much. i'm in ILL so ya'all get alot more than we do but spring is always an adventure. probally shouldn't be posting tornado stuff on here i guess. kurt
     

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