Extract audio from DVD-R

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  1. SmokyToby

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    I just wondered if anyone knows if the following is possible:

    I have recorded several music concerts onto DVD-R via my Panasonic E50. What I would like to do is use the DVD-ROM drive in my PC to copy the audio "content" and burn on to a CD-R in my CD writer drive - so I can play it in the car etc. Is there any software that can do this?


    Neil
     
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    Yes, lots. Visit http://www.dvdrhelp.com for information.
    Basically what you're going to do is 'demux' the vob files on the DVD-R.
    You won't need to 'rip' the DVD since there is no copy protection on the disc - just copy the vob files to a folder on your PC.
    When you demux you separate out the audio and video assets.
    the audio will probably be .ac3 format however there are tools (listed on the site I mentioned) that will convert for you.
     
  3. SmokyToby

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    Thanks applevenus. I will give it a go!
     
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    Thanks clayts450

    Looks fairly straightforward - just what a non techie like me needs!
     

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