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ripping audio from a dvd

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by jfk329, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. jfk329

    jfk329 Guest

    I hope this is the right place for this,I was able to rip the audio off my DVD (IT is a concert), but it is one mp3 file . I was wondering if I could split it into tracks? what is the best program to use? i use Nero for everything else. thanx in advance
     
  2. sadsac

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    What did you use to rip the audio? I think there's a way to rip the tracks individually. I think you can do it by using Vstrip. It's in the software section of this website. But be warned.........that proggy isn't very user friendly. You'll have to find a guide for it.

    If you already ripped it and don't want to try Vstrip, you'll have to find some kind of audio editing program. Could be a little costly.
     
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  3. jfk329

    jfk329 Guest

    I used XMpeg to rip the audio to a large mp3. Thanx for the info.
     
  4. arniebear

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    Since you have Nero, and if it is the Ultra Edition, try the Sound Trax Program. I have played a little bit with it, and have edited music.
     
  5. jfk329

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    i will try sound trax. thanx for the help.
     
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    Hope it works out, I have used Sound Forge but that is pay program, Sound Trax seems to be similar.
     
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    Try DVD audio ripper from ImToo.
    http://www.imtoo.com/dvd-audio-ripper.html

    It's a pay software around $29.
    I have it and it's works great and is easy to use. I have ripped a number of concert DVd's to CD with this and could not be happier.
    HTH. Hope that helps
     
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