What is the best application for ripping the soundtrack from DVD?

Ben October 14, 2011
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I have a problem with a weird DVD that contains audio files that I want to copy, but it’s not simply a disc containing data, but an actual video DVD, and the audio files seem to be not stored separately. Also, when looking at the disc’s contents in the file manager, there’s NO “AUDIO_TS” folder.

The files I want are, in fact, only audio files (meaning they’re not a soundtrack to a video), but the only way to play them back is by selecting them from the DVD video menu (ok, well, they’re accompanied by a still image on the screen).

What I would like to do is get these 3 audio files out of there in form of .mp3 and slap them onto a normal audio CD so they can be played back without needing a DVD player and TV, or PC with speakers.

Can anyone recommend an application that will let me do this?

Ideally, I would be for LINUX/UBUNTU, but Windows XP works for me too – I don’t have Win Vista/7 though.
Thanks, Ben

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  1. Anonymous
    October 15, 2011 at 9:07 am
  2. Jay
    October 15, 2011 at 4:41 am

    Read what you wrote!
    "but the only way to play them back is by selecting them from the DVD
    video menu (ok, well, they’re accompanied by a still image on the
    screen). "

    There is not a audio_ts folder.
    files can be played by video menu.
    file has a background image

    So may be it is a video !  you know how audio songs are uploaded on youtube !
    background image, and an audio being played.

    Just check out all the videos on video_ts folder, one by one.
    May be, you will find your audio + image = video file.

    then,
    use any converter that supports vob to mp3 or any audio.

    or a sepcial software like :http://dvd-mp3.org/index.html

    Online conversion : free home delivery of converted file by mailing download link :)
    http://www.zamzar.com

    http://www.zamzar.com/convert/vob-to-mp3/

  3. FIDELIS
    October 15, 2011 at 2:43 am

    Hello you can use Power Audio Extractor, it is a paid program but if get the trial software it will give you 10 uses.

    http://www.free-sound-editor.com/poweraudioextractor.html