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Ripping audio problem.

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by zEr0, Apr 2, 2002.

  1. zEr0

    zEr0 Member

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    Forgive me if this is a stupid problem, but I just started doing this for the first time. I am trying to rip the audio from a concert DVD. So far I've gotten a few tracks done, but I have now run into a problem. Each chapter is a different song, and when I rip Chapter 3, I get 2 VOB files. One VOB file has 3:51 of the song while the other has :22 of it. I was able to extract the audio from the first VOB file, but I can't get it from the second file. I'm using smart ripper to do my ripping and I was wondering if there was a way to increase the file size so the VOB file wouldn't split. Any help would be greatly apperciated. Thanks.
     
  2. Ketola

    Ketola Fighting ninjas Staff Member

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    The easiest solution might be to rip the entire audio track into one file and then use an audio editor (eg. Cool Edit) to split up the songs.

    It's a dumb way of doing it, but I guess that's because how I would do it ;-)
     
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    I have run into same problem, just to rip
    the songs from DVDs. So i tried all the progs that floats around out here but i was
    not happy at all with them to much fiddling around. I like to keep things simple!!
    I have been into rippin' and recording for
    years and i use CoolEditPro for my sound editing needs, but when i came to rip the audio
    out of DVDs i use DVDtoMP3 just for it's simple
    GUI and it's doing what i prefer but i still tweaking with LAME ,CoolEdit etc.....
     
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