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Sunday, July 1, 2007

Audio Rip From DVD

Does anyone know of a good and easy to use freeware tool that can strip the audio from a DVD and convert the chapters to MP3?

I don't have the Cars videos on MP3. I would convert if I had a decent tool. Probably have as many DVD concerts as I have MP3 shows. A good tool would open up a new world for posted shows.

8 comments:

whiskeyman said...
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whiskeyman said...

you can use "free video to mp3 converter", instructions here

Anonymous said...

Xilisoft DVD Audio Ripper. It is not freeware, but it does an excellent job. I have ripped all of my music DVD's and the chapters convert right to mp3 or wav. I believe it costs 30 bucks or so. IMHO very much worth the cost.

Toxxy said...

Maybe you can use this tool (freeware):

AoA Audio Extractor:
http://www.aoamedia.com/audioextractor.htm

Good luck...and thx for the tunes :)

boss1 said...

Hi:
Here's another one to try
http://avsmedia.com/VideoTools/index.aspx
The tool set works very well for all kinds of dvd uses --

The eval is free and fully functional, dealing with the tiny nag is easy, the full version is about $40.00, but you might find it useful.

BTW -- love your blog, I check it every day to see what exciting showz you post. Keep on RAWWKKIN'

Anonymous said...

Dvd Audio Extractor 4.2.1 -- does the job quite nicely.

Anonymous said...

i downloaded free evaluation of dvd audio extractor 4.2.1
I am trying it for first time. anyone have any tips about whether to use the constant bit rate or variable bit rate and what rates are faster and or better, and what to choose on a few other options.
I awould appreciate any helpful info
thanks,
dolphinfan103@aol.com

Anonymous said...

Any free stuff you may need can be gotten from:
http://www.free-codecs.com/


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