I already tried to do a search, but no conclusive information come up
I have some video DVD that are classical music concertos. These are not audio-DVD, just regular video DVDs with ifo-bup-vob files.
I’d like to extract audio from these discs to store it separately without the video.
After some googling, I found a freeware (and also portable) software named Pazera Free Audio Extractor, but I’m not sure if it’s me doing something wrong or if this software is not what I need.
After loading all vob files in the main windows, I selected “Try extract original audio streams”, and after a couple of minutes (extraction was pretty fast) I got a WAV file for each vob.
Putting these WAV files in foobar I got some information (see attached picture). So, apparently Pazera extracted the LPCM audio and saved it as WAV file.
But… according to DVD Shrink, in that video there are two audio tracks: LPCM 2 channels and DTS 5-channels.
I can’t find a way to extract the DTS track with that software, and I’d like to extract it so I can retain the 5 channels.
While I was typing this message, I was listening for these WAV files, and noticed that three of them are only noise, so apparently this Pazera software is not really working good.
Can someone suggest me a safer procedure to extract both LPCM and DTS audio tracks from video DVDs? If needed I can also purchase a software
EDIT: just added properties of FLAC files obtained with Pazera. Two vob files were not converted because of errors, so 2 audio files are missing. This software is definitely not working