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Extracting the soundtrack from a DVD
Fractusian
post Jul 23 2006, 07:11
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I have searched the forum for guidance on this question but, whilst there are a couple of topics which come close, can't find anything to answer the query with certainty.

Is there any way of extracting the audio track from a commercial DVD for the purposes of ripping a CD? I have numerous music DVDs which would benefit from this! I have Nero 7 premium but cannot find anything in its particular arsenal to help with this.

If the answer if No, or it's Yes with a ball-aching string of techie steps to go through, I presume it could be done in an analogue sense? ie literally play the DVD on the PC and record the audio to the soundcard? I presume I would have to remove copy protection first using such as DVD-shrink.

Finally, if analogue is essentially the only sensible answer, can anyone recommend some software for doing it with? My PC does not have any such application. The soundard on my Toshiba laptop is a Realtek HD.

Many thanks,
Ian
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stephanV
post Aug 1 2006, 08:19
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You can also use DVDdecrypter to extract each chapter as separate track.


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