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Converting Digital Ausio

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#1 JazzMahn


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Posted 01 June 2009 - 10:49 AM

I am running a home built Windows Machine with Vista Ultimate. I also have a Dell XML laptop. I have been maintaining a church website I built almost two years ago. If you would like to view the iste, it is www.fbcami.com

My pastor has asked if I could set up a podcast of his weekly sermons. (see sermon tab on site!) I have a podcast player in place with a link from a folder within the web page contents for mp3. I have tried a mp3 and when I click on the player in the web page the mp3 works just fine. I would think if I could convert the DVD Digital Audio to mp3 I should be all set.

My problem is that I don't know how to get the audio from the video DVD which is shot each Sunday. I took a cable and disconnected the video and do have the audio on a DVD (minus the video!) I have Audacity with theplug in Lame which should convert to mp3.

Is there anyone who has accomnplished taking the audio from a DVD and converting it to mp3. I would be forever grateful. Thanks!

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#2 maki2012


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Posted 01 June 2009 - 05:45 PM

DVD Audio Ripper is a program that will let you do this, but it costs $30 for the full version. There is a free trial but I don't know how long.

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