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rip audio from a dvd

Discussion in 'Audio' started by kel44, Aug 22, 2004.

  1. kel44

    kel44 Member

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    is it possable to rip the audio off a dvd movie and put on a cd thanks.....
     
  2. nick2005

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    Hi,
    This program looks good:

    DVD Audio Ripper 1.0.27.818
    http://www.imtoo.com/dvd-audio-ripper.html

    Download the free trial. I have never used it before so I'm not sure how well it will work. If you have any problems, feel free to post on the message board. Hope this helps!
     
  3. andmerr

    andmerr Guest

    the above program works very well and is very simple to use it will rip all files into either wav or mp3 format and from there its easy to burn using your existing burning engine to cd.
     
  4. GIJohn

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    Ok, this is kind of the idiots way to do this, but if you are just wanting a small portion of audio from the dvd, I would use a wave editor to record just the portion you want right off of your soundcard as the dvd plays.
     
  5. andmerr

    andmerr Guest

    why is it the idiots way: you can choose which section you want by viewing the movie sector in the window and and also try the sound file by chapter and then only select the one or ones you want your way may not be as easy as it seems either, i dont have a wave editor unless you want me to you adobe audition.
     
  6. nick2005

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    thanks for the tip nick2005 i'll give it a try


    andmerr
     
  8. GIJohn

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    I guess its not really the idiots way, but its kind of a roundabout way of doing it if you want a long part of the audio track (i.e. the entire movie). I do it all the time to copy streaming audio and stuff of that nature.

    Anyway I have used Audacity (I think theres a download link on afterdawn's homepage) for about 6 months and I think it is far superior to Adobe Audition. It's free, is full featured and isnt a resource hog.
     
  9. andmerr

    andmerr Guest

    cool.
    (another limk to try isnt technology great)
     
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    "Ok, this is kind of the idiots way to do this, but if you are just wanting a small portion of audio from the dvd, I would use a wave editor to record just the portion you want right off of your soundcard as the dvd plays."

    GI John, how exactally do you do this with the wave editor. When I tried to do it, nothing recorded and its length can only do 60 seconds at a time. Can I change that time? Please help.
     

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