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Old 2012-06-21, 05:35 AM
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Re: Getting Audio Off DVD's

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Originally Posted by Luke_of_Mass View Post
only issue is somehow they log your MAC address when you download the trial so that once it runs out you cant just re-download it on the same computer. i changed IP address to try and fool them but they still knew i used it so it must be the MAC address. might be programs out there to spoof your MAC address but havent found any yet. then again havent really looked
No, there's no way a site can know your MAC address. What probably happened is when you installed the program a registry key was added which flagged the date it was installed.

Anyway, here's a free program that will extract the audio from a DVD. It's called PGCDemux.
http://www.videohelp.com/tools/PgcDemux
Simply run the program and then use it to open the .IFO file of your DVD (probably VTS_01_0.IFO)

Make sure the "Demux all audio streams" checkbox is ticked and then press "Process". In a couple of minutes you'll have a .WAV, .ac3 or .mp2 file which you can then load into an audio editor and split into tracks.
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