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audio from dvd

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by MALC, Sep 21, 2002.

  1. MALC

    MALC
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    Guys, is it possible to record the audio from a music DVD on the PC and save it in "my music" as an audio file or mp3.
    If so what would I need
    The PC is reasonable and has a DVD/CDRW combination and use Power DVDxp waht else would I need.
    I have searched the forum and not found anything that helps and would really appreciate advice. Keep it plain folks, I am still learning.
    Cheers
     
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    Yes you can save the sound

    you have a number of ways to do it, if you have a Soundblaster sound card it has a sound recorder,
    press play on your dvd player
    press record on your sound recorder software, with the
    "record what you hear" option ticked

    another way would be use a DVD ripper and extract the sound from the disc, then use shareware stuff like cdex to convert it to wave or mp3
    or use dvdavi to convert it to a wave file

    any of these options should not prove too difficult
     

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