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Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by Elrohir Meneldur, Jun 16, 2006.
How do I ripp just audio segments from a DVD thats being played in my laptop?
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The thread jepaz linked to is already old and closed. So to present another alternative, try out Audio Recorder. My cousin introduced it to me today with surprising results.
He played his DVD on his laptop, then using a cable with an earphone jack on each end, he connected the line-out to the line-in, and removed the monitor. Then he simply hit record at the desired part. Quite simple, but the results were clean enough.
Now this app may not rival the features of iMic and Final Vinyl... but the fact that it's freeware sure makes it mighty attractive.
check it out from versiontracker.com.
just use wiretap...
um... maybe not. You know where you can find a freeware version of Wiretap? I've been looking around and have found nothing free....
or use audio hijack.
wiretap is shareware BUT if you will just record using the standard aiff file format you can use it without paying. The only drawback is the large file. If you plan to use the other audio formats to record then you have to pay to register it.
use a QT pro
could i ask how you can do it with qt pro?
Use WireTap, you can download it for free from VersionTracker..then play your DVD to any player that you prefer such as QT,VLC..etc... Use WireTap while your DVD is playing, just click the record button from wiretaps IU. If you have Quicktime Pro, then scrap this procedure using wiretap. Quicktime gives you best results. hope these helps.
regards and goodnyt
Audio Hijack Pro
i "bought" my wiretap. it has become a necessity in my production and remix projects. it's worth the buy if you ask me... but if you want the "free" version just download the regular version from versiontracker.
what regular version? no "freeware" version exists in versiontracker.
I use wiretap (shareware version) to rip the audio from any source. Then the aiff file format can be seen automatically in iTunes and convert it to mp3 to reduce the file size. Lastly, remove the original file (aiff).