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How do I convert and copy DVD audio into a file for an MP3 player

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I am a new owner of Creator 9 and want to copy music to my MP3 player.

I record music from Directv onto a dvd. My files are in folders named VIDEO_RM and VIDEO_TS. Creator 9 will not grab the audio in these files.

 

I have tried the "suggested" approach below without success.

 

"Using Music Disc Creator to extract audio tracks from a DVD.

 

1) Open Music Disc Creator

2) Choose the Audio CD project.

3) To add audio file, select Import from CD/DVD option."

 

I HAVE NOT FOUND THIS OPTION!

 

How can I do it?

Please help.

Thanks.

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Thanks.

However, when I try to add, regardless of the import setting (I've tried them all) the music director window communicates a Read Error message.

Do ou have any other tips??

I apreciate your help.

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You should be pointing at the Video_TS folder in Media Selector.On the right side of Media Selector highlight the movie you're trying to extract from.Click add and the import settings box should come up.

If you've done all this and then get the message then I'm not sure.What are you making these DVD's with?It could be the way the DVD's are made.

 

Upon further research it seems that the Video_RM folder is the clue.It is made on discs created by set-top recorders.It usually indicates a disc that was recorded in a non-DVD video compliant format.Try Googling Video_RM and you'll read some explanations and possible fixes.

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You should be pointing at the Video_TS folder in Media Selector.On the right side of Media Selector highlight the movie you're trying to extract from.Click add and the import settings box should come up.

If you've done all this and then get the message then I'm not sure.What are you making these DVD's with?It could be the way the DVD's are made.

 

Upon further research it seems that the Video_RM folder is the clue.It is made on discs created by set-top recorders.It usually indicates a disc that was recorded in a non-DVD video compliant format.Try Googling Video_RM and you'll read some explanations and possible fixes.

 

I am using a Phillips DVDR615 recorder.

This must be THE problem.

I think that I will experiment with a high quality M1 1hour recording mode.

Thanks again.

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