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Transferring Sound To Minidisc?

motr

Active Member
I have a few live concerts on dvd and would love to transfer the audio to minidisc.

Can I do this from my Panasonic DMREE55 (soon to be 65) and if so how?

Many thanks for any info.

Cheers

Wayne
 

JayCee

Distinguished Member
motr said:
I have a few live concerts on dvd and would love to transfer the audio to minidisc.

Can I do this from my Panasonic DMREE55 (soon to be 65) and if so how?

Many thanks for any info.

Cheers

Wayne

Just run a lead from the audio out sockets on the DVDR to the audio in on your minidisc recorder.........what type of audio input sockets do you have on the minidisc?
 

motr

Active Member
I have 3 mds actually and one is a NetMD. I do also have a PC with DVDrom (which I don't actually use for dvds :D ).

Is that the best way to go?

Cheers for the info anyway.

Wayne
 

EN

Standard Member
Best way i to record digitally from DVD via toslink or coaxial cable. But if it is a normal DVD from the store almost always there is a copy protection and it is impossilble to record digitally. But if it is possible make sure that DVD output PCM signal from digital out, not DD ot DTS.
Record via analog outs is always the second option.
 

musukebba

Active Member
Well here's another way...

1. Rip the desired chapters or whole DVD to hard disc using DVD Decrypter in IFO mode, (in 'Settings' make sure 'File splitting' is set to 'None').

2. Download and install the freeware 'VirtualDub-MPEG2' (here), with the associated 'AC3ACM' decoder if needed.

3. Follow the instructions here.

When you have the .WAV conversion of the DVD audio, use SonicStage or the RealPlayer alternative to import the .WAV and send it to the NetMD.

All in the digital domain. Will take considerably less than real-time transfer.

Remember to record to NetMD in 'SP' mode if your other players aren't LP2 or LP4 compatible.
 

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