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Ripping Some Audio From Commercial Dvd?


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Our local volunteer community choir is planning a concert this coming May, featuring songs from Disney movies. My wife and I plan to audition a medley from Snow White, the 1937 animated film, since reissued on DVD. It would be convenient if I could rip that two-song medley from the DVD, for simpler playback; simpler than putting the DVD into a player and playing it on our TV. I am not trying to pirate anything, just wanting to have something convenient to rehearse with for our audition.

 

Can I get this done with NXT Pro?

 

(A brute force thing to do would be to play that portion of the DVD on our TV and video it with a camcorder, and I could rip the audio from the camcorder-produced MTS file, using VW, but I am looking for a more elegant solution.)

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Our local volunteer community choir is planning a concert this coming May, featuring songs from Disney movies. My wife and I plan to audition a medley from Snow White, the 1937 animated film, since reissued on DVD. It would be convenient if I could rip that two-song medley from the DVD, for simpler playback; simpler than putting the DVD into a player and playing it on our TV. I am not trying to pirate anything, just wanting to have something convenient to rehearse with for our audition.

 

Can I get this done with NXT Pro?

 

(A brute force thing to do would be to play that portion of the DVD on our TV and video it with a camcorder, and I could rip the audio from the camcorder-produced MTS file, using VW, but I am looking for a more elegant solution.)

 

No Roxio program will break the copyright on commercial DVDs since that would be illegal.and any discussion of this is not allowed by the boards.

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