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  1. I have dvd audios containing some songs.I want an easy to use software to save those songs preferably in mp3 format.
    The DVD folder looks like the following image.The audio_ts folder is empty.
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  2. I know one software capable of doing wht im looking for,its from imtoo,but thts a paid software.If thr r some free alternative then some one pls suggest.
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    Use PGCDemux to get the audio tracks out of the DVD files. Most likely they will be AC3 (Dolby digital) but they may be PCM instead.

    Install the latest BETA version of Audacity, as well as the Audacity specific versions of the LAME and ffmpeg libraries (download from the Audacity page)

    Load the AC3 files into Audacity, and save them as MP3.

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  4. Thanks a lot.ill post the result after trying these tools.
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    Or use DGMPGDec and extract the audio directly to a wav file
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  6. Using PCGDemux was very easy and fast.And it gave one long ac3 audio file .Now i want to extract some hundred or more songs from it.Shall i need to cut for each song?or thrs any other way?
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  7. If you set up PGCDemux to demux by Cell rather than by PGC, you'll get individual songs.
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  8. Ok .thanks a lot manono.
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  9. [General]
    Total Number of PGCs in Titles=2
    Total Number of PGCs in Menus=17
    Total Number of VobIDs in Titles=2
    Total Number of VobIDs in Menus=15
    Total Number of Cells in Titles=130
    Total Number of Cells in Menus=15
    Demuxing Mode=Single Cell
    Demuxing Domain=Titles
    Total Number of Frames=0
    Selected VOBID=None
    Number of Cells in Selected VOB=None
    Selected PGC=None
    Number of Cells in Selected PGC=None
    [Demux]
    Number of Video Packs=58
    Number of Audio Packs=8652
    Number of Subs Packs=0
    Number of Nav Packs=451
    Number of Pad Packs=0
    Number of Unkn Packs=0
    [Audio Streams]
    Audio_1=0x80
    Audio_2=None
    Audio_3=None
    Audio_4=None
    Audio_5=None
    Audio_6=None
    Audio_7=None
    Audio_8=None
    [Audio Delays]
    Audio_1=0
    [Subs Streams]
    Subs_01=None
    Subs_02=None
    Subs_03=None
    Subs_04=None
    Subs_05=None
    Subs_06=None
    Subs_07=None
    Subs_08=None
    Subs_09=None
    Subs_10=None
    Subs_11=None
    Subs_12=None
    Subs_13=None
    Subs_14=None
    Subs_15=None
    Subs_16=None
    Subs_17=None
    Subs_18=None
    Subs_19=None
    Subs_20=None
    Subs_21=None
    Subs_22=None
    Subs_23=None
    Subs_24=None
    Subs_25=None
    Subs_26=None
    Subs_27=None
    Subs_28=None
    Subs_29=None
    Subs_30=None
    Subs_31=None
    Subs_32=None
    This was the log file whilei used demux using single cell.The result was only one ac3 file sized 16 mb.Am i doing anything wrong here?
    For information this dvd has 132 songs(audio tracks)in all.
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  10. Originally Posted by babypotato View Post
    Total Number of Cells in Titles=130
    Number of Cells in Selected VOB=None
    It looks to me like you chose the wrong IFO. Try a different one (or the other one if there are only two). You've got a total of 130 different cells in that DVD somewhere.

    However, it's not going to give you 130 AC3 tracks all at one time. You'll have to do them all separately. Getting all the audio from all the cells at once is going to be tricky, I think. Using DVD Decrypter and with the DVD in the DVD-ROM, you can set DVD Decrypter in IFO Mode to decrypt by Cell ID. At the same time you'd also go into Stream Processing to have it demux only the audio.

    With the DVD on the hard drive, using VobBlanker you can set it up to extract each cell to its own file, but you'll still have to get the audio out of each of the little VOB files it creates for you. That part is easy enough in principle, but will take time for 130 cells.
    Last edited by manono; 16th Jul 2011 at 01:41.
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  11. Ive tried with both ifo files but without success.So, it seems no freeware can do what i want in a rather simple way.Anyways,thanks for all your replies.
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  12. You can load the wav (or ac3) in Audacity and quickly pop markers inbetween the songs, and "Export to Multiple". I think it will even automatically put markers in gaps between songs (but I could be wrong here)?
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  13. Did you check the drop-down box? With more than one title in the IFO, there's a good chance you'll find the video you want further down.
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