DVD to iTunes

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  1. mbopy22 macrumors 6502

    mbopy22

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    Please don't give me the Search the forum answer... I've done it and I couldn't find it...

    Anyway my question is, how or is there a way that I can add music from a DVD to my iTunes library?

    What I want to do is to add my music DVD's songs to my library.. As I said these are MY DVD's and I paid for them so I'm not trying to become a music pirate of any kind... LOL

    Thanks... :D
     
  2. dejo Moderator

    dejo

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    What search term(s) did you use? Because I searched for 'extract dvd sound' and found the following thread that should provide you some direction:

    Extract sound from dvd

    Personally, I use the OSEx / mAC3dec solution.
     
  3. 840quadra Moderator

    840quadra

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    Are you serious? You searched and couldn't find anything !?!?

    ::EDIT::

    Nevermind beaten

    You can also try the following link.. Just skip the part about making merging the Video files with the Audio.. and put the Audio in iTunes

    http://home.comcast.net/~appleguru/dvdrip.html
     
  4. mbopy22 thread starter macrumors 6502

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  5. road dog macrumors regular

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    It's likely that each title on the disc represents a song.

    MacTheRipper to rip the disc.
    Then use Toast 7 media browser to add each title into Toast audio window.
    Then export and encode into iTunes format.

    There's a preset export called "for iTunes"
     
  6. kwajaln macrumors 6502

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    Mac the Ripper and Toast 7 . . Gotta Love 'em!!!
     

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