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Blu-ray Audio to MP3
post Dec 12 2013, 18:12
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The music companies are selling 48khz/24 bit, stereo lossless Blu-Ray discs.

Now as far as I am concerned, 48 khz/24 bit lossless is not better than 44 khz lossy highbitrate MP3. However what you do get with these discs is a much better chance of a high-quality master that hasn't been subjected to dynamic range compression.

In other words, these discs are better, but not because they are blu-ray.

Anyway. that being so, if I am going to store these discs on my HD, I don't want a 12GB/hour M2TS file consisting of duplicated LPCM, Dolby True HD, DTS, etc. streams, I'd actually just like a 320kbit MP3, at like 1% of the size.

And I'd also like ID3 tags to be filled in automatically.

Anyone know software that can help with this process?

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post Dec 12 2013, 18:43
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Just a reminder, any comment that addresses the circumvention of copy protection will be removed on sight, followed by a loss of posting privileges.

I should publish a list of forum idiots.
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post Dec 13 2013, 09:21
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Assuming the BR has no encryption I believe you can use DVD Audio Extractor. It doesn't seem to mention it in features but it says:

7.0.0 (2012-08-15)

DVD Audio Extractor now supports Blu-ray discs.
The CD Image and Cuesheet format can now be used to create DTS-CD image.
Supports decoding audio files that is demuxed from Blu-ray and DVD files, like dts, ac3, mlp, thd, etc.
Other minor enhancements.
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