How to rip your DVD soundtracks to an iPod

Daniusoft DVD Audio RipperSometimes the movie soundtracks to your favourite films are just not the same. Often the music has been changed slightly or the soundtrack doesn’t include your favourite quotes and clips from the film. If this is the case then the best thing to do is extract the DVD audio itself from the disc and convert it to work on an external listening device such as an iPod.

Daniusoft DVD Audio Ripper is designed with this task specifically in mind. It enables you to locate and extract audio tracks on your DVD and then edit them until you’ve got a truly personalised soundtrack. Once the program has analysed your DVD, it will highlight the soundtracks that you’ll need to rip. You have several useful options over the quality of the ripped source – you can set the audio bit rate from 32 Kbps to 256 Kbps and configure the sample rate. If your DVD soundtrack is separated into multiple chapters, you can merge several into one and also trim segments of audio using a basic editing tool. At the end of the process, you can choose whether to output in MP3 format or into something that will play on an iPod.

One other useful feature worth mentioning is that if you’re extracting audio from several DVD’s (such as a trilogy) Daniusoft Audio Ripper will equalize the sound so that there are no annoying variations. Give it a whirl and make your film soundtracks the way you want to hear them.

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