Solved How To Copy DVD music to MP3 ??

germantechnology

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I wish to copy some songs from DVD music concerts, to play on CD in car.
Is there any freeware around to do this ? I have DVD ripper, but am not clever enough to find individual tracks once copied to hard drive....any help would be appreciated. :confused:
 

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thepizzaman

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i used audacity, all you have to do is download it get the lame mp3 encoder, and then run your speakers into your line-in and record and then save as mp3 and your done :D
Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder
 

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germantechnology

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germantechnology

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I can't personally vouch for this as I haven't used it to rip anything. There may be better alternatives - but it is free and supports the following formats:

*.vob , *.dat, *.mpeg, *.mpg

Free DVD MP3 Ripper - Freeware converts DVD to MP3, VCD to MP3, MPEG to MP3.

Just select your source file and set your output location and settings.
Thanks very much guys...will check it out tonight, and let you know,

GT.
Thanks for you help guys, have checked out both softwares, the problem I have is that I I don't seem to be able to get a specific track, when I rip files... ie a menu which gives me track 1 to 15 or a list of titles....... I have VOB files which is great but they do not give me any indication of track Numbers, plus there are only about six files, and songs overlap into those files, which means I can not copy a full song. Am I doing something wrong or is it that hard and I am chasing rainbows? I guess I need to find a program that will rip and display individual tracks. Is this possible...? Any advice appreciated.
 

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    Acer 5920 Laptop
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    Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM Support 2GB of DDR2, 135 GB Storage
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    Mobile Intel GM965 Express Chipset
    Screen Resolution
    15.4" 1280 x 800

germantechnology

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I can't personally vouch for this as I haven't used it to rip anything. There may be better alternatives - but it is free and supports the following formats:

*.vob , *.dat, *.mpeg, *.mpg

Free DVD MP3 Ripper - Freeware converts DVD to MP3, VCD to MP3, MPEG to MP3.

Just select your source file and set your output location and settings.
Thanks very much guys...will check it out tonight, and let you know,

GT.
Thanks for you help guys, have checked out both softwares, the problem I have is that I I don't seem to be able to get a specific track, when I rip files... ie a menu which gives me track 1 to 15 or a list of titles....... I have VOB files which is great but they do not give me any indication of track Numbers, plus there are only about six files, and songs overlap into those files, which means I can not copy a full song. Am I doing something wrong or is it that hard and I am chasing rainbows? I guess I need to find a program that will rip and display individual tracks. Is this possible...? Any advice appreciated.
I seem to have it all happening, thank you all for your help. The Free DVD MP3 ripper works well and works for me...thanks smarteyeball.
 

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    Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM Support 2GB of DDR2, 135 GB Storage
    Graphics Card(s)
    Mobile Intel GM965 Express Chipset
    Screen Resolution
    15.4" 1280 x 800
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