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Old 21 Mar 2004, 07:19 AM   #1
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Default Can you transfer a music dvd to CD

Don't need the video portion of a music DVD,but would like to transfer audio only to a CD.

Without the video portion of the DVD-the file should be much smaller shoudn't it?-thereby only needing space for a CD.

So far my attempt's have failed.

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Old 21 Mar 2004, 07:22 AM   #2
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"Without the video portion of the DVD-the file should be much smaller shoudn't it?-thereby only needing space for a CD."

Not if the audiostream is in LPCM format (which could be several Gbs in size!)

"So far my attempt's have failed"

What method(s) have you tried?
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Old 21 Mar 2004, 09:24 AM   #3
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Too long and boring to try to explain,but thanks for the input.

I'll keep fartin around with it-to see if I can fake it somehow.

Thanks

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"Too long and boring to try to explain,but thanks for the input."

So be it...
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The easiest way to just 'fake it' would be to just play it and record the audio using Total Recorder.
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Old 24 Mar 2004, 01:48 AM   #6
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I've converted over several of my concert DVD's to CD and they sound great using these steps:

http://www.area450.com/create/dvdtoaudiocd.htm

The only software I substituted for edititing the huge WAV file which is created was Audacity which kept on crashing. I used Feurio instead which is highly stable.

-LouV68

PS Don't mean to step on your toes setarip, but I think the newest version of DVD2AVI can convert both AC3 and LPCM to WAV files.

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Thanks for the link

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