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  1. I have a mpg file that consists of an MPEG-2 Video and a Dolby Digital Audio. The video content of this mpg file happens to be boring, while the audio content is a nice piece of music. Is it possible to extract only the Dolby Digital Audio from the mpg file and save it as either a Dolby Digital Audio file or a new mpg file consisting of only audio? I would like to do this without generation loss. How can I do this?

    Many thanks in advance.
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    Are you SURE it's in DD? If you got MPG, the audio is likely MP3 or MP2. In that case, just demux the stream.
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    rejig can demux the audio, regardless of the format.
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    VirtualDubMod will do this for you. Simply open the file and chose demux under Stream list
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