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DVD Audio to iPod

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rnjones

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Has anyone figured out how to extract the stereo tracks from a DVDV or DVDA to iTunes and hence an iPod?

Have a few DVDA's I would like to put on my iPod.

Rog
 

mistuk

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Easiest way is to use a program like AudioHijack (I presume you're using a mac), which can intercept (for want of a better word) any audio that's being played on your mac and save it to a file. You can then import the audio into iTunes and sync with your iPod.

There are some command line tools available, but I've not had much success with them

Kev
 
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rnjones

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Hi Kev, I am not on a Mac but on Windows XP, but thanks for the info.

Rog
 

alexs2

Well-known Member
Originally posted by rnjones
Has anyone figured out how to extract the stereo tracks from a DVDV or DVDA to iTunes and hence an iPod?

Have a few DVDA's I would like to put on my iPod.

Rog
You'll know that DVD-A is stored as encrypted data on the disc,and thus you'll be unable to extract the full 24/96 or 24/192 tracks from the disc....the best you may get is CD quality(i.e.16/44.1) from the digital out of your player/transport prior to transfer to the iPod.

DVD-V is a different matter,and there are programs which will do this,although the issue of copyright may arise.
 
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