Rip music from dvd

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#1

I have a dvd of music performances, how can I extract the audio only as tracks like on an audio CD?


#2

There are a number of ways.

DVD Audio Extractor has been recommended by others and has a 30 day trial.

http://www.castudio.org/dvdaudioextractor

I use Nero Wave Editor to extract audio and it meets my needs.


#3

[QUOTE=jeff53404;2005086]There are a number of ways.

DVD Audio Extractor has been recommended by others and has a 30 day trial.

http://www.castudio.org/dvdaudioextractor

I use Nero Wave Editor to extract audio and it meets my needs.[/QUOTE]

Does the “Wave Editor” come with regular Nero?

Do these programs do secure rips? Like CRC checks and error correction?

Thanks.


#4

Wave Editor is bundled with the full version (Nero Ultra/Nero Premium) but it also has a free download period. I do not believe there are any checks as the audio source is “what you hear”.

I’m not familiar with other programs but mentioned DVD Audio Extractor as it has been recommended by others and recommending Nero has raised some red flags. As I said, it meets my needs.


#5

[QUOTE=jeff53404;2005101]Wave Editor is bundled with the full version (Nero Ultra/Nero Premium) but it also has a free download period. I do not believe there are any checks as the audio source is “what you hear”.

I’m not familiar with other programs but mentioned DVD Audio Extractor as it has been recommended by others and recommending Nero has raised some red flags. As I said, it meets my needs.[/QUOTE]

For the DVD Audio Extractor, should I use normalization? Should I use “all 6 channels”? Should I use 16 or 24 bit?

I just want a perfect rip, that distorts or alters the data in no way.


#6

You can use this method to rip the audio,then use an audio editor…
http://www.dvd-guides.com/content/view/136/59/


#7

[QUOTE=t0nee1;2005735]You can use this method to rip the audio,then use an audio editor…
http://www.dvd-guides.com/content/view/136/59/[/QUOTE]

Thanks, but that is too many programs to use. I’ll stick with just one.


#8

Goit wrote “
I just want a perfect rip, that distorts or alters the data in no way”.

Good luck with an All in one proggy…


#9

[QUOTE=t0nee1;2005741]Goit wrote “
I just want a perfect rip, that distorts or alters the data in no way”.

Good luck with an All in one proggy…[/QUOTE]

What do you recommend then?


#10

I already did…see the link I posted…And I’m not saying it’s the “perfect” solution…good luck!..

T.


#11

Instead of AC3 can I use PCM? Does goldwave process PCM too? The 2 channel is in PCM format, and the 6 channel is in AC3.


#12

I ripped them as “chapters” with DVD decryptor as PCM 48khz, 16 bit.
Then compressed them in FLAC format.

Is there any need to resample them down to 44khz?


#13

Not unless you want to burn them as a standard music CD.


#14

I just got this recommended to me as an easy and free way to do it:

http://dvd-mp3.org/index.html


#16

The DVEAE trial period ran out, is there a permanent free method for this?

Also, is there any way to rip the DVD with the Video?


#17

Interesting. I might want to do this too.


#18

[QUOTE=Goit;2077028]The DVEAE trial period ran out, is there a permanent free method for this?[/QUOTE]
http://www.dvd-mp3.org/

Also, is there any way to rip the DVD with the Video?

http://www.avsmedia.com/VideoTools/index.aspx