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    Best way to rip dvd to flac

    What is the best way to rip my neil young archives dvd collection to flac.

    Best Regards Daniel

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekelund View Post
    What is the best way to rip my neil young archives dvd collection to flac.

    Best Regards Daniel
    dvd decrypter. You rip them to WAV and then encode to FLAC
    puddletag - now packaged in most Linux distributions.

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    You could also have a look a bit into this thread:

    http://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?t=80966

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    I have just ripped my Neil Young DVD's with DVD audio extractor.
    Worked well and preserved the 24/96 to flac

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblackdog View Post
    I have just ripped my Neil Young DVD's with DVD audio extractor.
    Worked well and preserved the 24/96 to flac
    I have also found DVD Audio Extractor to work very well. Please keep in mind that if you are also using AnyDVD to disable it before using DVD Audio Extractor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ralphpnj View Post
    I have also found DVD Audio Extractor to work very well. Please keep in mind that if you are also using AnyDVD to disable it before using DVD Audio Extractor.
    Why is that? I do have AnyDVD and had no problem with the rips that I am aware of

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblackdog View Post
    Why is that? I do have AnyDVD and had no problem with the rips that I am aware of
    I don't know why AnyDVD interferes with DVD Audio Extractor but what happens, at least on my computer, is that if AnyDVD is running, and remember AnyDVD runs as a background service, DVD Audio Extractor will not rip properly. But when I turn off AnyDVD DVD Audio Extractor works fine.
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    Best way to rip dvd to flac

    What's the best/easiest way to do this with iso files? I have several
    DVDs ripped to .ISO and would like to process them to extract the audio.
    Oh, and I'd like to do it on Linux.

    Cheers,

    R.


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    I'm fairly sure DVD Audio Extractor can take an ISO file as source, as I believe I've done that before with some of my concert DVDs.

    There's a fully-functional 30-day download available but, unfortunately, it's Windows only.

    I don't know of a Linux solution for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Bowes View Post
    What's the best/easiest way to do this with iso files? I have several
    DVDs ripped to .ISO and would like to process them to extract the audio.
    Oh, and I'd like to do it on Linux.

    Cheers,

    R.
    Mount the ISO and then use one of the tools mentioned here
    puddletag - now packaged in most Linux distributions.

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