Sound recording--sort of OT
Greg and Jill Jepperson
gregjill at gmail.com
Sun Oct 23 18:23:53 MDT 2005
There is a program called DVD Decrypter (the site that hosted it was
taken down a while ago but you can still find it on google) that you
could use to rip just the audio track. Then you could use Audacity to
chop it to what you want.
There is probably a better way though.
On 10/23/05, Michael Huston <mike at jhuston.com> wrote:
> I need to know what would be the easiest way to record a ogg off of a
> DVD. There is no soundtrack sold for the movie that I want to get a
> song from, and I need this song on my MP3 player. The only place that
> I know that the song actually exists is on the 1970 version of Scrooge
> with Albert Finney. I am going to get the DVD, but I need to know if
> there is a good way to make an ogg of about five minutes of a DVD.
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