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How can I rip audio from music DVD’s?

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Topic: How can I rip audio from music DVD’s?
Posted By: Kid-A
Subject: How can I rip audio from music DVD’s?
Date Posted: December 26 2005 at 18:25
 what software can I use to do this? I want to rip the audio from my Led zeppelin DVD I got for christmas



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Posted By: goose
Date Posted: December 26 2005 at 19:18
Is this a DVD with video on, or an audio DVD? If it's a video one I don't know of any proper way of doing it (although I'm sure there are some), and for DVD-A you need a special program for it, all of which I think are illegal.


Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: December 26 2005 at 19:38

I have done this.

You need to rip your DVD to you hardrive first.

Then convert the audio files to wav.

I forgot thee name the programmes, Ill get back to you!

 

Ok I think the ripper is called "Smartripper" its free

you then convert the AC3 files to wav with "PX3s AC3->WAV"..its also free.



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Posted By: Eetu Pellonpaa
Date Posted: December 27 2005 at 14:41

I also ripped some tunes from my CREAM live DVDs to CD-R!

I took audio cable from my amplifier (where DVD was connected) to my computer and recorded the music directly to a wav file with Cool Edit Pro. I also used that for fixing the big file as for smaller tracks. I had to set up my sound settings from the control panel before it worked: There's a section where you must choose a device (sound card f.ex.) as a recording source, and then select a volume level. I found this first a bit difficult, so I thought to bring this up.

Good luck for your work, it's a fun hobby, but don't loose your nerves!



Posted By: Kid-A
Date Posted: December 27 2005 at 17:06
thx, but I can't get it to work at all :S i can't seem to do it with that smartripper


Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: December 27 2005 at 17:09

Originally posted by Kid-A Kid-A wrote:

thx, but I can't get it to work at all :S i can't seem to do it with that smartripper

Well I told you what to use...if you cant work it out.........



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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: December 27 2005 at 17:11
Originally posted by Eetu Pellonpää Eetu Pellonpää wrote:

I also ripped some tunes from my CREAM live DVDs to CD-R!

I took audio cable from my amplifier (where DVD was connected) to my computer and recorded the music directly to a wav file with Cool Edit Pro. I also used that for fixing the big file as for smaller tracks. I had to set up my sound settings from the control panel before it worked: There's a section where you must choose a device (sound card f.ex.) as a recording source, and then select a volume level. I found this first a bit difficult, so I thought to bring this up.

Good luck for your work, it's a fun hobby, but don't loose your nerves!

This is completely unneccesary. You can record ftom the DVD by playing it in your DVD drive on your PC!



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Posted By: krusty
Date Posted: December 28 2005 at 09:13
IMTOO DVD Audio ripper will do it.

Available here http://www.imtoo.com/dvd-audio-ripper.html - http://www.imtoo.com/dvd-audio-ripper.html

or on most BT sites


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Posted By: Snow Dog
Date Posted: December 28 2005 at 09:17
Thanks....I'll try that!

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Posted By: Eetu Pellonpaa
Date Posted: December 29 2005 at 02:09

Originally posted by Snow Dog Snow Dog wrote:

This is completely unneccesary. You can record ftom the DVD by playing it in your DVD drive on your PC!

Unless you don't have a dvd drive..



Posted By: BookAboutSalad
Date Posted: April 10 2006 at 13:11
This seems interesting, I have to try this someday, when I understand computers ^^


Posted By: VanderGraafKommandöh
Date Posted: April 11 2006 at 01:21
You should be able to use a freeware program called Audacity to re-record the music as an MP3, but this a very long way about doing it of course and it'll take ages.

I want to do this myself with my Allman Brothers Band DVD, as some tracks are just audio and some are DVD video, so I want to make the DVD tracks audio and burn them onto a CD, then I'll have the majority of the concert for playing in my car, or on an MP3 player.


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Posted By: Vanwarp
Date Posted: April 11 2006 at 04:01

 

The "DVD Audio Extractor" also works fine...freeware!



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Posted By: VanderGraafKommandöh
Date Posted: April 11 2006 at 04:54
I presume that's on Sourceforge?  That's one of my favourite sites for software!  Why buy software, when there is freeware software that is probably better and more usual friendly!

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Posted By: Man Erg
Date Posted: April 11 2006 at 11:54
ERC - Express Rip (Freeware) does the lot for you.It will even heal scratched cds and make them as good as new.    

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