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Author Topic: How to use DVD Audio Extractor?  (Read 308 times)

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How to use DVD Audio Extractor?
« on: 01. June 2017., 10:13:04 »
DVDFab DVD Ripper can be used as a robust DVD audio extractor which can extract audio from DVD and save the audio in format of AAC, M4A, MP3, WAV, WMA, FLAC, etc. If you’re interested please follow me to have a look at this tip about how to use DVDFab DVD Ripper to do the audio extraction.

Step 1: Run DVDFab, Choose Ripper option, then select an audio format
Run DVDFab, go to Ripper option. On the left panel of the interface, click the profile icon to open the profile library where all supported video/audio formats and device profiles are included. Go to Format, and to Audio, then select an audio format. We’re using the MP3 profile for example in this article.

Step 2: Load in the source DVD
Insert the DVD disc you want to extract the audio from into the DVD drive of your PC and seconds later the source will be in. Or if the source is a digital file, just click Add button to load it. After it’s in, you can see the longest movie title is automatically selected, with its first/last chapter, audio tracks and subtitles changeable. Of course you can choose other titles as well.

Step 3: Start audio ripping
Now go to the bottom of the main interface to specify a storage path for the output audio in “Save to” box, then click Start button to start the ripping process. You can view detailed progress info, and set your PC to shut down or hibernate or set the program to exit when all tasks are done.

OK. Soon after you’ll get an excellent audio file. More info please visit http://www.dvdfab.cn/tips/dvd-audio-extractor.htm

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How to use DVD Audio Extractor?
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