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ripping audio from dvd


nit
November 28, 2008 | 4:46 pm

how can i easily rip audio from a dvd (if possible without downloading extra software for that. i’m on OSX 10.5.5)


November 28, 2008 | 5:01 pm

Audio Hijack Pro. (not Pro is for free but timelimited)

jrp


November 28, 2008 | 5:39 pm

Haven’t seen the original post, as I read via the mailing list, which seems
to miss a few, but if the question is ‘how do I rip audio from a DVD?’ (or
video for that matter), then the answer has to be Mpeg Streamclip.
Always free, for Mac and Windows, and utterly indispensible, from
http://www.squared5.com/
Cheers
Roger

On 28/11/2008 17:01, "jayrope" wrote:

>
> Audio Hijack Pro. (not Pro is for free but timelimited)
>
> jrp
> –
> —
> fiction-induced heat
> in too many places to name.
> mood description: audiotic.



nit
November 28, 2008 | 6:53 pm

Quote: roger.carruthers wrote on Fri, 28 November 2008 18:39
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> Haven’t seen the original post, as I read via the mailing list, which seems
> to miss a few, but if the question is ‘how do I rip audio from a DVD?’ (or
> video for that matter), then the answer has to be Mpeg Streamclip.
> Always free, for Mac and Windows, and utterly indispensible, from
> http://www.squared5.com/
> Cheers
> Roger
>
>
> On 28/11/2008 17:01, "jayrope" wrote:
>
> >
> > Audio Hijack Pro. (not Pro is for free but timelimited)
> >
> > jrp
> > –
> > —
> > fiction-induced heat
> > in too many places to name.
> > mood description: audiotic.
>
>
>
—————————————————-

thanks



pm
November 28, 2008 | 7:07 pm

This can also be done using SoundFlower.

1-Set the system output to SoundFlower.

2-Set the input of a recording application (a sequencer or Max with sfrecord~) to Soundflower, and the output of this application to your usual output (your soundcard) in order to monitor what your system will output.

3-Play the DVD and record it in realtime.

To me, if you only need to rip some specific moments, it’s a lot easier than using a MPEG or AC-3 decoder.
Even if you need, let’s say, 2 hours of audio, it may be faster to do it in realtime…


November 28, 2008 | 8:12 pm

You can set In and Out points in Mpeg Streamclip if you want to rip
specific segments.
And 2 hrs worth will still only take you a few minutes – how can that be
slower than realtime, which is, er 2 hrs ?
Cheers
Roger

On 28/11/2008 19:07, "Pm B" wrote:

>
> This can also be done using SoundFlower.
>
> 1-Set the system output to SoundFlower.
>
> 2-Set the input of a recording application (a sequencer or Max with sfrecord~)
> to Soundflower, and the output of this application to your usual output (your
> soundcard) in order to monitor what your system will output.
>
> 3-Play the DVD and record it in realtime.
>
> To me, if you only need to rip some specific moments, it’s a lot easier than
> using a MPEG or AC-3 decoder.
> Even if you need, let’s say, 2 hours of audio, it may be faster to do it in
> realtime…
> –
> Pm B


November 28, 2008 | 8:30 pm

Yes, use Soundflower. Then, you can apply the same method to any sound
(stream from internet, etc.)
J-F.

> This can also be done using SoundFlower.
>
> 1-Set the system output to SoundFlower.
>
> 2-Set the input of a recording application (a sequencer or Max with sfrecord~)
> to Soundflower, and the output of this application to your usual output (your
> soundcard) in order to monitor what your system will output.
>
> 3-Play the DVD and record it in realtime.
>
> To me, if you only need to rip some specific moments, it’s a lot easier than
> using a MPEG or AC-3 decoder.
> Even if you need, let’s say, 2 hours of audio, it may be faster to do it in
> realtime…
> –
> Pm B


January 4, 2010 | 6:25 pm

i just tried squared5 and it failed to open several dvds. i cast my vote for handbrake instead.


January 4, 2010 | 6:34 pm

you can also use vlc, and set the audio output to a file
aa


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