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Ripping audio tracks from DVDs -- how to?

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by jo8243, Mar 16, 2005.

  1. jo8243

    jo8243 Member

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    I would like to rip some music tracks off of some DVDs I own. I'd like to rip them to mp3 files or something similar. What software will handle this for me?

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  2. Jeanc1

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    Here's your answer given on another thread !

    jgman
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    13. March 2005 @ 03:56 Run Xmpeg, once installed, open DVD and right click on video image. An option will be given to extract audio. You can select several output formats including MP3. Xmpeg is shareware, without fees or limitations.

    http://www.xmpeg.net/xmpeg.asp


    The thread is here:-
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/154058
     
  3. cougar_ii

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    Hi there,

    Are those Audio DVD ?

    http://www.imtoo.com

    DVD Audio Ripper v2.0

    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

    Maybe this is what you need !
     

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