Ripping Audio from DVDs

RezN8 Oct 3, 2004

  1. RezN8

    RezN8 Ave it !!!!!!

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    I've been using DVD Decrypter, which creates an .ac3 file, which I load into Goldwave & convert to a .wav ... but DVD Decrypter has now stopped working for some bizzare reason :Sad:

    What are you guys using?
     
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    Noein noemata

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    try acid-pro mate
     
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    RezN8 Ave it !!!!!!

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    Thanks, but acid pro 4 can only rip from audio cds :Sad:

    ... unless of course I'm not doing it right :silly:
     
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    I know this isn't a solution, and probably isn't the most professional way to go about it but what I do is just play the DVD and record the output of my soundcard back into Sound Forge.
     
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    RezN8 Ave it !!!!!!

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    Genius!

    :wo^thy:

    :P

    *note to self: throwing more software at a problem may not be the best solution* :hehe:
     
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    Full Lotus Hob Nob King Staff Member

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    Try this: DVD Audio Ripper, works a treat :partysmi: :welcome: :clubjump: :smilemus: :rocker: :runaway:
     
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    Abstraction happy juice

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    RezN8 Ave it !!!!!!

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    It serpently does - nice one! :Smile3:
     
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    :dito: but with Wavelab and on the mac I use Audio Hijack

    Read some where that it is possible to extract just the center channel some how which would give a cleaner voice track seeing as the music and sfx are on the other channels but I don't remember where I saw it or how to do it.
     
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    I would be much in your debt if you could find that. Having trouble with a vocal right now that has a lot of backround noises and meticulous EQing + Waves RVox aren't cleaning it up.
     
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    Maybe that DVD Audio Ripper lets you select which channels to rip but if you peruse http://www.doom9.org/ in the guides>ripping section you will find out how to do it before long.
     
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