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Convert DVD to MP3

   
DVD Audio Ripper is a software DVD movie soundtrack ripper which can rip DVD audio to mp3 or wav. You can use DVD Audio Ripper to extract DVD audio and rip DVD movie soundtrack to mp3 and convert DVD to wav with complete sound effects.

The DVD to MP3 Converter is a software DVD movie soundtrack ripper which can extract movie soundtracks from DVDs and rip DVD audio to MP3 or WAV format.

DVD Audio Ripper has fast ripping speed which exceeds your expectation saves your time greatly. The concise interface ensures you can use it with ease even for the first time.

Helps you extract complete music info from DVD and provides you luxuriant sound effects.

 
DVD to MP3 Converter info
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Key Features
 
  • Convert DVD to MP3 - Rip DVD audio to MP3;
  • Convert DVD to WAV - Rip DVD movie soundtrack to WAV.
  • Support sample rate 44.1kHz, 48kHz and 48kHz to 44.1kHz downsampling.
  • Support AC3 and LPCM audio track.
More Features
  • Extract DVD sound track quickly
    DVD Audio Ripper can check your CPU type automatically, use your CPU fully that ensure you can rip your DVDs with the best ripping speed. DVD ripping isn't a time-consuming work any more!
  • Rip by certain time or file size
    If your DVD doesn't seperate music through chapters, you also can rip it by certain time or file size, for example rip DVD to MP3 every 5 minutes or every 5 MB.
  • Rip by chapter(s)
    DVD Audio Ripper will auto list all chapters in a DVD, then you can extract sound tracks by chapter easily;
  • Supports batch conversion
    Select all chapters you want to rip and the software will automatically rip them one by one. And if you have more than one DVD-ROMs, DVD Audio Ripper also can rip DVDs from these DVD-ROMs at the same time.
  • Supports DVDs as well as IFO files
    Besids DVDs, DVD Audio Ripper also supports IFO files.
  • Supports ID3 tag
    DVD Audio Ripper permits you to edit music info for each file before rip them.
  • Provides you luxuriant sound effects
    Extract complete music info from DVDs, and bring you perfect sound effects.
DVD to MP3 Converter FAQs

Q: I tried ripping the DVD audio to WAV and MP3 files. Neither worked. All files created were simply of white noise. Any suggestions?
A: The white noise problem may be caused by 24 bit LPCM. At present, DVD Audio to MP3 Ripper only can process 16 bit sound (16 bit sound is standard), so if the audio track is 24 bit, the output file will be white noise. You can choose AC3 in "Audio" combo-box.

Q: Can I rip a DVD-Audio?
A: At present, the DVD to MP3 Converter doesn't support audio-only tracks. That is, DVD Audio Ripper can't handle AOB files which are located in AUDIO_TS folder and have a different encrypt scheme. If you only see still picture or no picture when you playback a track with software DVD player, you will know that is audio-only track. A DVD-Audio disc may have video part which should be located in VIDEO_TS. In that case, you could be able to rip it.

Q: When I load a DVD, the default audio channel is English LPCM 2ch (0xA0). If I change it to English AC3 6ch (0x81), it changes back as soon as I start encoding. Why?
A: You may only change Title1 to AC3, so when it goes to Title2 it will resume to LPCM. You must highlight each title(Title1 and Title2), then select AC3, because each title may have different audio channel.

Q: I want to get a completed file without being split, how can I do?
A: You can choose "Custom Size" or "Custom Time" in "Volume Size" combo-box and set it to a large number such as 800MB or 120Min by clicking "Settings" button to avoid the output file being split.

Q: Why a message "Too much sample" pops up when DVD Audio Ripper begins to load a DVD?
A: That message shows the DVD contains audio-only tracks. Using the latest version, you can choose skip these tracks so that the error doesn't influence the following ripping.

Q: When I finished ripping, I just got a distorted voice. How to fix it?
A: Distorted sound is related to the lose of sound quality during compression. You also may resolve it by changing an audio track in Audio combo-box. Generally, LPCM is the best, and then AC3 2ch, AC3 6ch. Or maybe the voice when ripping is too loud, you can try to turn it down in "Settings" menu - "Input Settings" - "Audio" area - "Volume".

Q: Why is the "To" input box grey when encoding segment?
A: The "To" input box of "Encode Segment" window wasn't allowed to edit when the software was designed. We're considering to let it editable because some users are confused by it.
If you want a clip, please choose "Encode Segment" in File menu, then enter the beginning time and the duration of the song. For example, you want a clip from 00:20:20 to 00:35:00, you should enter From 00:20:20 and the Length is 00:14:40.

Q: I heard hissing noise in the output file. Why?
A: Please firstly make sure the sound in the DVD are normal. Then there are two ways may resolve the problem.
1. Increase the volume in "Input Settings" window. If the ripping volume is too low and you raise it when playback, you may hear the noise.
2. Try to select other audio channels if the DVD has. The order is LPCM 2ch, AC3 2ch, LPCM, AC3. LPCM 2ch is the best choice which can ensure a good sound quality.

Q: My DVD drive cannot play DVD after installing DVD Audio Ripper? What's wrong?
A: DVD Audio Ripper automatically installs the new version of ASPI driver (4.71.2) when installing. If your software DVD player doesn't support the new version of ASPI, it won't work. You don't have to uninstall DVD Audio Ripper, just need to reinstall your software DVD player or burning software to restore ASPI.

Q: I want to make an audio CD with the ripped file, what can I do?
A: The DVD Audio to MP3 Ripper doesn't provide burning function. However, you can use any burning program or Window Media Player to do it. Firstly, rip the DVD and save it as WAV format. Then use a burning program like Nero to burn the output files to audio CD. You also can use Windows Media Player to burn a CD, even it can burn MP3 to an audio CD.

Q: What is CSS? Why does the software say "Cannot find DeCSS key"?
A: CSS is an encryption/encoding method which is used in DVD. The target of CSS is to protect DVD from being copy. DeCSS is the method used to decrypt these DVDs. So when the software decode a DVD, it need a DeCSS key. Without it, the software cannot rip the DVD.
We have found DVD Audio Ripper cannot find the key from a few DVDs. If you like, you can tell me the title of the DVD so that we can try to get it to test. Most of DVDs can be ripped normally.

Q: The software says "Cannot allocate memory for the temporary buffer." What can I do?
A: Please open the Settings menu - Input Settings window. There's an input box after "Save your DVD drive". Did you change the number? The default is 10MB. If you changed to a large number which exceeded your RAM, the error would appear.
If you didn't change any settings, please increase your virtual memory to have a try. Right-click "My computer" and select "Properties". In "Advanced" panel, click "Settings" button of "Performance" area. At the bottom of "Advanced" panel, click "Change" button to change the virtual memory.

        
   
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