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Old 03-03-2006, 02:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Are there any programs that could rip audio from a DVD? I would like to make a CD of a live music DVD that I have.

If theres some way to rip just the audio and convert them to mp3s or whatever.

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Audio Grabber or Audio Catalyst might do it. I know they can rip CD's but i havent tried to rip a DVD yet.
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dvd audio ripper, ac-3 decode or win dvd copy4
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any free programs?

also, I have Windows Media Recorder, and I can get the DVD to play in WMP, would that work? I can't figure out how to do it however.
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With that program would you be able to rip the songs into to individual audio mp3's.

I'm curious

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With that program would you be able to rip the songs into to individual audio mp3's.

I'm curious

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hmmm... Anything easier to use. Or could someone help me with to rip some audio
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