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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by bigboy99, Apr 28, 2006.
What's the preferred app to rip audio from a DVD to a file (iTunes, wav, etc.)?
you can always rip the dvd in handbreak, then quicktime pro export the audio to itunes
If you want a real industrial type of program for audio/dvd extraction, there
is Cinematize 2, but it costs a lot.
An alternative and cheaper route is Audio Hijack
toast 7 can do this easily from the DVD section of the media browser.
can export audio from titles in a DVD to aiff, wav, m4a, ogg or flac.
I tried this with Toast Titanium 6, but no luck. I don't think it supports audio ripping. I finally got it done with Audio Hijack.
I recently had this question, too, since I wanted to rip some of the DualDiscs that I bought into iTunes. I asked it over at the MacWorld forums. Here's the answer that I got:
This is a good solution if you're concerned about lossy rips. I use my Mac Mini as a media server, and rip everything losslessly, so I was hoping to avoid the generational loss that Audio Hijack would introduce.