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This software tutorial will show you how to Extract Audio from a DVD using Roxio Creator.
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Male Speaker: Roxio Creator makes it easy to extract audio from a non-copy protected DVD like a piano recital that you shot or other performance. Then you can create a CD or DVD music disc; export the audio to a portable device or save the audio file to your hard disc. In Creator, click music audio and then create music disc projects. Roxio Music Disc Creator opens, place the DVD in your DVD drive and click import from CD, DVD. Media selector opens, choose the drive containing the disc and then click the video TS folder, click the chapters linked to view the content. You can listen to any chapter using these playback controls. Choose the desired files pressing the shift key to choose sequential chapters and the control key to choose non-sequential chapters. Click 'add' to add the selected chapters to the project, the import from CD, DVD dialog opens. Here you can save the audio file in its original format or convert it to your target format while importing, saving disc space and time. I am converting this audio for my iPod, so I'll use iPod AAC good quality.
You can change the options for any selected format by clicking the options button but the default should be fine for most users. You can also click the browse button to save the audio files to a different location. Click audio text to add any file-related metadata. Click save to rip and convert the selected audio files. This can take a while depending upon the length of the audio files, the speed of your DVD drive and computer. You can add additional tracks as desired. When done, click close to close media selector and return to music disc creator.
Here are the imported audio files. If you didn't add file names in the metadata panel, you can select each file, use these controls to preview it and then click rename to rename the file. Don't worry about extensions; music disc creator will add those automatically. Once you're ready, click the files to export, then you can burn them to a disc, send them to a connected portable device or export the files to your hard disc. If you choose this last option, music disc creator opens the export selected tracks dialog where you can change your output settings, safety location, or edit your audio tags. When ready, click export to start saving your files to your hard disc.