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ripping the audio tracks of a dvd

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  • Started 7 years ago by ambertape
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I have a home made dvd made by a friend. I would like to make a sound track from this dvd. I found a number of freeware programs that I was able to rip the sound track like virtual dub but the recording is in stereo and all I got was a single channel or track not in stereo. I see that it is possible to rip a soundtrack in Window Media Player 12 but it only shows the capability of ripping from a cd and this dvd is about 2 hrs.

How can I rip the audio portion of the dvd and then burn 2 cd's ? Is it doable in Windows Media Player ?

Posted 7 years ago
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See if Free DVD-MP3 Ripper from: works to rip the sound track. And yes you can use Media Player 12 to burn music to a CD once you have ripped the DVD to separate MP3 files. I hope this answers your question.

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