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How do I make an audio CD from a Concert DVD?

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by Mayor, Nov 15, 2003.

  1. Mayor

    Mayor Member

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    Guys,

    I have several Concert DVD's (Bruce, U2, etc) and I want to play the music from these DVD's in my car's CD player.

    First: What tools do I need to extract JUST the audio from the DVD and convert it into CD audio format?
    Second: How do I do it once I have the tools?

    Thanks,

    Mayor
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  2. Minion

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    This is Simple...The Way I would do it would Just need 2 Programs...One is "Smartripper" and the other is a Freeware audio encoder called "Headac3he" ....
    First Put the DVD in your DVD-Rom then start Smartripper ,Then go to "Settings" under "File Splitting" select "Max file Size" then choose 9000mb as the Max File size...Then you will Have to "Enable Stream proscessing" and un-select all of the Tracks accept the First Audio Track, then highlight this audio track and choose "Demux to a Seperate file"...Now just close the settings screen and click "Start" and in a Few Minutes you will have an AC3 audio track that represents the audio for the whole DVD, Now just Run "Headac3he" and Load the AC3 audio file into it and Choose "Wav" as the Audio Format and then convert it wo Wav...Now you just need to burn the Wav file as an Audio CD and this is It.....It is easier than it sounds....Cheers
     
  3. xuesong

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    You can use [bold]DVD Audio Ripper[/bold] to extract the DVD's audio tracks to wav. Then use a burner software to burn them to a audio CD.

    [bold]DVD Audio Ripper[/bold] can split DVD by chapters.

    You can get it at http://www.imtoo.com/dvd-audio-ripper.html

    This is introduction from http://www.imtoo.com

    DVD Audio Ripper is a software to rip DVD to mp3 or wav. You can use DVD Audio Ripper to extract DVD audio track (soundtrack), convert DVD to mp3 and convert DVD to wav with complete sound effects.

    Features
    [bold]Rip by chapter(s)[/bold]
    DVD Audio Ripper will auto list all chapters in a DVD, then you can extract sound tracks by chapter easily;
    [bold]Rip by certain time or file size[/bold]
    If your DVD doesn't seperate music through chapters, you also can rip it by certain time or file size, for example rip DVD to MP3 every 5 minutes or every 5 MB.
    [bold]Extract DVD sound track quickly[/bold]
    DVD Audio Ripper can check your CPU type automatically, use your CPU fully that ensure you can rip your DVDs with the best ripping speed. DVD ripping isn't a time-consuming work any more!
    [bold]Supports DVDs as well as IFO files[/bold]
    Besids DVDs, DVD Audio Ripper also supports IFO files.

    [bold]Supports batch conversion[/bold]
    Select all chapters you want to rip and the software will automatically rip them one by one. And if you have more than one DVD-ROMs, DVD Audio Ripper also can rip DVDs from these DVD-ROMs at the same time.


    [bold]Provides you luxuriant sound effects[/bold]
    Extract complete music info from DVDs, and bring you perfect sound effects.
    [bold]Supports ID3 tag[/bold]
    DVD Audio Ripper permits you to edit music info for each file before rip them.
     

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