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Rip DVD Audio to MP3 Using VLC Media Player

08/24/2011 06:11 by SaideeDay

First answer posted by Kiwinige at 08/24/2011 06:11
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  • Kiwinige
    1. Download the VLC media player from the VideoLAN website at http://www.videolan.org.
    2. Start VLC and under "Tools", open "Preferences".
      • Click on the "All" radio button to display all settings, and choose what quality you want it to be here under the "Input - Codecs" section for "twolame". This only needs to be done once, although you may want to check your settings if you have upgraded VLC or will be ripping a large number of discs. Save your settings when you're done.
    3. Select "Convert / Save" (Control-R) from the File (or Media) menu.
    4. The Open Media window is the standard menu for media handling in VLC, including streaming, converting or playing. Select the "Disc" tab (Alt+D - pressing Alt+D will toggle between "Capture Device" and "Disc"). Note that you need to select the track and chapter if you want each segment on a concert DVD saved to an individual track. You can determine which track and chapter to record by playing the DVD with VLC first.
    5. This is the final convert window: make sure that all options are configured properly before continuing. The screen shot shows the settings for extracting audio from Title 1, Chapter 2 on the inserted DVD. You will want to name your MP3 audio segment and choose a Profile (under Settings) for your conversion. Choose "Audio - MP3" from the pull down menu.
      • To ensure that you extract only the audio portion of the chapter selected, edit the settings for your chosen profile (or create a new one) and uncheck the video option under the video codec tab, then choose the settings you want for your chosen audio codec. These settings are retained for subsequent sessions.
    6. Once you select Convert/Save, the streaming window will appear. DVD tracks will rip faster than real time, in spite of what might be displayed in the streaming status bar.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 08/24/2011 06:11
  • BrianHimlie
    1. Click Media, then Open Disc, then select DVD and check "No DVD menus".
    2. Choose your DVD drive and select which Title contains the full length movie.
    3. Select Stream from the drop-down next to play.
    4. Click Next.
    5. Optionally de-select Display Locally to speed up the processing.
    6. With "New Destination" set to File, click Add, then browse to open dialog and type in the name of the file you want to save as.
    7. Select the Profile for Encapsulation Method, such as MP4. I recommend "Video - H.264 + AAC (MP4)". ASF, WAV and RAW are not recommended. You can modify profile settings if necessary by clicking the Tool button to select Video Code (such as DIV3), Bitrate (such as 1024), Audio Codec (such as MP3), Bitrate (such as 192), and resolution.
    8. Click Stream.
    9. Wait. Ripping a full length movie can take a very long time (around 2 hours).
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 12/26/2011 07:38
  • SteveQueen
  • Why use VLC? Can't you just get some free dvd audio ripper? You could try Free DVD MP3 Ripper which is easy to use.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 12/26/2011 07:47
  • JoeStewart
  • Hey there, you could try Audio grabber and another one called Bonc Enc. They are both freeware and will do what you want. VLC is great for palying video.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 12/26/2011 07:48
  • JPhillippy
  • Ripping DVD I usually use E.M. Free DVD copy. because it lets me rip dvd easily, and it allows me rip DVD to other popular video formats such h264, Xvid, MOV, VOB, Mpeg, Mpeg4, Mpeg TS, AVI, WMV, and so on.
    so I can watch dvd movies on portable player like iPod, iPhone etc. conveniently. it can divides dvd into different chapters, I can rip my I favorite ones. in addtion to, it can copy whole DVD to hard disc.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 12/26/2011 07:48
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  • julietzhu520
  • If you want to extract MP3 from a DVD disc, just use a DVD Ripper to convert DVD to MP3, then you are allowed to upload them to portable players to listen at anywhere you go. http://devices-entertainment.over-blog.com/2015/12/dvd-to-mp3-music-extract-audio-from-dvd-to-mp3-mac-os-x.html
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