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Old 2005-04-03, 04:32 PM
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Re: how to extract audio from a dvd?

I think I've said it before...

And the previous two posts in this thread actually aren't great methods at all. Making an analog copy (whether through a soundcard or through RCA cables from an external player) is both slower and of lesser quality. You can do it, but it would only work in real-time. Why in God's name would you want to do that? When I rip a full-length DVD, it takes me about 10 minutes to rip, maybe 5 more to demux the desired track, and about 10-15 minutes to downmix (2 channels), resample (44.1 khz), and encode the audio. Done and done.
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