Can I Rip DVD Audio to iTunes?

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  1. bagwis

    bagwis Active Member

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    I'd like to rip a DVD audio Disc and make it part of my music library. Has anyone tried this yet?

    TIA.
     
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    ditoy_eagle Well-Known Member

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    DVD audio discs will open the DVD player everytime. Just like DVD video material, music is in multi-channel format - having the Left, Right, Center, and Surround channels, like what I have in dolby 5.1 . iTunes works with stereo material.

    What I do is to capture the music via analogue channels, you can route the line outputs of the DVD player to your line inputs, thus being able to capture the stereo content. In my case, I route it to the Mbox inputs so I can record the material manually. Then just import the file in iTunes.

    But now after a quick search over the net there is a way!
    DVD Audio Ripper for PC
    The answer via macforums: Ripping DVD Audio
     
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    Thanks Ditoy. The links you provided were very helpful and of course, your explanation as well. I'm sure you know this stuff since you're in the audio post production line. I'll try the AudioHijack first then give you feedback.

    Thanks again.

    [Edited on 4-11-2004 by bagwis]
     
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    Im using WireTap to record DVD audios...it records in AIFF file...import it in iTunes...then converting it to mp3...tideous nga lang
     
  5. sun tzu

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    Hi!

    Am puzzled as to why WireTap seems to trip up after a minute or so of recording. I know its freeware but is it supposed to do this?

    Wanted to use it to record my "experiments" using Reason Demo downloaded off their site. Checked using other sound sources and WireTap seems to be the problem.

    Anybody care to shed light on this?
     
  6. winniel

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    Extract auido from DVD, just rip DVD and convert it to MP3, AAC and so on.
    DVD ripper for Mac does well.
     
  7. maccolar

    maccolar Guest

    I always use this dvd ripper for mac to convert DVD to mp3, and then add the mp3 into iTunes, it works pretty well for me.
     
  8. markhoward

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    The guys are Spamming!!!
     
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    i bought a new Sony psp a week ago. and i want rip DVD audio disc to make it play on my portable Sony PSP. I just tried some dvd rippers, but there are all sorts of problem that make me dizzy, is that really because i am a new hand in this area? if so, that is rather disappointing. Or the ripper is unbelievable? can any one drop me a hint asap? thanks.
     
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    ^Hmm. Try asking in a Sony PSP forum, perhaps.
     
  11. cliffadamson83

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    IMHO, maybe part of the reason is that you are not familiar with the whole ripping process and you may do some wrong operation, and the other reason is that maybe the rippers you choose is really not so good. so plz do not disappointed. pay attention to bit rate, frame rate and codec etc. they are all important parameters that affect your converting effects. i once used rersoft dvd ripper, it has some preset profiles for psp,
    Apple iPod nano, iPod video, iPod classic, iPod touch, iPod TV Out, Apple TV, DVD Players .... maybe it will give you some help for saving you the complicated setting process. Hope my hints here can help you.:cool:
     

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