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DVD (or .iso) to audio files -- _organized_?
post Jan 22 2010, 13:15
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This question does not concern DVD ripping -- assume I have done that job on a non-protected disc, and obtained either the folders or some .iso file (I prefer the latter).

What I want:
- To extract the audio part to an audio file format (say, FLAC with cue sheets or tagged FLAC) ...
- ... such that it matches the chapter indexing as if each chapter were a track on a CDDA
- ... and tagged with chapter name as track title.

IOW, I want the audio (the music, in my case) on a DVD treated to appear in my files as if I had ripped a CD with the same content, and with as much metadata as I can get.

Any application? I have browsed doom9, but it appears to me the focus there is to get the discs ripped, which is not my issue.

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post Feb 7 2011, 22:06
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I would use DgIndex to extract all de audio into a single wav (or ac-3) file, and then encode it into flac.
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post Feb 11 2011, 01:02
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Thanks for replying guys. I really appreciate your advice.

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