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  1. Dear friends.
    How I do to get the audio files from DVD?
    I want a unique rpogram that do this.
    Thanks and sorry about my bad english.
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  2. 1) use dvd decrypter to put DVD video on computer
    2) use dvd2avi to demux sound files
    3) look at some guides, as they probabnly explain better ways to do this
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  3. 1.Rip and demux DVD using DVDDecrypter.
    2.Use TMPGEnc to convert AC3>WAV or MP3.Use "Output to file" for WAV or lame.exe for MP3.
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    Originally Posted by MOVIEGEEK
    1.Rip and demux DVD using DVDDecrypter.
    2.Use TMPGEnc to convert AC3>WAV or MP3.Use "Output to file" for WAV or lame.exe for MP3.
    Is there any way of using the chapter breaks to accurately split the audio into separate tracks?
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  5. Originally Posted by Womble
    Originally Posted by MOVIEGEEK
    1.Rip and demux DVD using DVDDecrypter.
    2.Use TMPGEnc to convert AC3>WAV or MP3.Use "Output to file" for WAV or lame.exe for MP3.
    Is there any way of using the chapter breaks to accurately split the audio into separate tracks?
    Do you mean Left FR,Right FR,Center,Rear,LFE channels or .MV2 and .AC3?
    If channels then use DVDDecrypter to demux(Stream Processing) chapters and AC3Tool(free in Tools)to split.
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  6. OK, but IF the video had 1h and 30m of duration, I'll wait all this time to rip?
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    Originally Posted by MOVIEGEEK
    [Do you mean Left FR,Right FR,Center,Rear,LFE channels or .MV2 and .AC3?
    If channels then use DVDDecrypter to demux(Stream Processing) chapters and AC3Tool(free in Tools)to split.
    I'm not quite sure that I know what you mean here. What I'm trying to do is produce a set of mp3s from a live concert video DVD and use the existing chapter breaks to separate the songs exactly as they are on the DVD.

    Is this possible using the tools you mention?
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