So yeah, I have decent movie input these days, in the form of the various repertoire rental boxes and the public library. So yeah, the usual cool vocal snippet keeps popping up, and the more I listen to sci-fi, the more I find awesome sound FX.
The thing is, I have really fucking hard time getting from the DVD to an audio file.
I use DVD decrypter to rip off to a .VOB, but for some reason it fucks up the tracks and the spanish audio ends up on the default track, so whenever I try to extract my vocal snippet with VLC, I end up with the spanish one. I found a workaround with MediaCoder, which lets me select which tracks to convert, but this program freaks me out; it never properly installed, and when I click on the installing .exe, it pops up the install wizard half of the time, and the actual program the other half.
VLC is an incredible media player, no problem with that, but the interface for the converter is awkward as fuck, I spend 20 minutes figuring out how to use it ever time I want to convert my fucking .vob to a wav.
So yeah, extracting a .wav from a dvd.
How do you do it? What programs do you use?
Thanks in advance.
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Whats wrong with connecting your player to soundcard? Why is that such a bad idea, bechause your soundcard is shit?
This depends on the soundcard, but there is software that enables you to record "what you hear". On my old PC I had default Soundblaster Live soundcard, which had a Creative Recorder installed with the drivers, that was really good recorder for such stuff. There was no audible quality loss when recorded to wav.
Converting entire movie to wav sounds just.... stupid. Then again might be good idea if you want a bundle of effects and vocs from the movie.
1. find it on youtube and use a youtube to audio site
2. Get hold of an audio-routing app (Audio Hijack, Soundflower etc...) and route the audio internally to 'record what you hear'.
3. Run cable from output to input and hit record
4. (Can't try this as not on 7, but who knows, maybe it's worth a shot...) [Only registered and activated users can see links. Click here to register]