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MCG555
2010-06-12, 02:41
How are you doing that? I am using dbpoweramp to rip CDs. There is a codec "split channels" but I guess that's for something else.

What tool do you use to get the pure audio tracks from dvds?

Thanks :-)

powaq
2010-06-12, 05:40
Search for "DVD audio extractor" : this software is exactly what you're looking for (shareware).

kidstypike
2010-06-12, 05:40
How are you doing that? I am using dbpoweramp to rip CDs. There is a codec "split channels" but I guess that's for something else.

What tool do you use to get the pure audio tracks from dvds?

Thanks :-)

I've used this: http://www.castudio.org/dvdaudioextractor/index.php in the past for ripping the very few DVD's I own, excellent results. Download the fully functional free trial, you can decide later if you think it's worth paying to keep it.

powaq
2010-06-12, 05:43
I've used this: http://www.castudio.org/dvdaudioextractor/index.php in the past for ripping the very few DVD's I own, excellent results. Download the fully functional free trial, you can decide later if you think it's worth paying to keep it.

what a coordination ! :)

MCG555
2010-06-12, 21:09
Thanks, any other consideration/sugestion?

yeomanspc
2010-06-13, 14:25
I have used a product called DVD Audio Ripper from ImTOO for several years (http://www.imtoo.com/dvd-audio-ripper.html). It costs about 30 usd, but gets round encryption etc. and is great for pulling audio off concert DVD's. I've never had a problem with it. You can often get a good deal on some of their bundled offerings.

TiredLegs
2010-06-16, 11:26
+1 for DVD Audio Extractor. It gives you bit-for-bit copy of the audio on DVD. I've used it for concert videos, as well as soundtrack music from films like Koyaanisqatsi and Baraka.