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Technical question: How does one ...

Post by Lance » Wed Apr 05, 2017 6:24 pm

... take the musical contents of a DVD and copy (and possibly track) to a regular compact disc this musical content. Is there software for such a thing? There have been performances on DVD that did not have CD music-only counterparts, and it is a pity. I'd like to be able to this myself. Any suggestions?
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Re: Technical question: How does one ...

Post by maestrob » Thu Apr 06, 2017 12:53 pm

AFAIK the only way to do this is to feed the audio output from your DVD player into a stand-alone CD recorder through RCA plugs, such as below......

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Re: Technical question: How does one ...

Post by jserraglio » Thu Apr 06, 2017 1:19 pm

Extracting Audio from DVD
There are various ways to do this. One easy and free way is to use VLC Media Player to extract your audio from a DVD. http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html

Instructions with screen shots here:
http://www.whooshtranscription.com/how- ... ia-player/
Convert the extracted file to AUDIO - CD so you can burn a standard CD (see last item on the list in the screenshot below).

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Burning to CD
Use any CD burning software (Windows Media Player, Roxio, Nero, etc.) to burn your file(s) to CD.

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Re: Technical question: How does one ...

Post by jserraglio » Fri Apr 07, 2017 7:17 am

Alternatively, you can use Pazera Free Audio Extractor 2.4, slightly more complex than VLC.
http://www.filehorse.com/download-pazer ... extractor/
Click "Add Files", add all the video files in your DVD's "VIDEO_TS" folder, set the audio output to WAV and click "Convert".

Note: if your DVD is commercial, it might be encrypted. You will know it is encrypted if you get an error message when you try to convert using VLC or Pazera. If so, you will have to decrypt it first before using either of those applications. Easy to do that with DVD Decrypter 3.5.4.0 : https://www.videohelp.com/software/DVD-Decrypter

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