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Routing VLC dvd soundtrack playback into an audio file

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Hello,

 

Is it possible to route the audio output of VLC when reading a DVD to record

the soundtrack into an audio file (aiff/wave) ?

 

- natively into VLC (not try to use the output as a file : possible while dvd reading ?)

 

- natively under osx86 10.4.4 with my CMI8738 (without input)????

 

In fact, i want to grab two audio pieces of a live DVD of Roger Watters to be hearen

by the guys of my band to learn and play them :

 

- Confortably Numb - great guitar solo :guitar:

- Another brick in the wall

 

Thanks a lot !

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Thanks Butterdime, i will try mactheripper !

 

Do you know how to find the latest 3 beta unibin?

Only the PPC v2.66 can be found on the web ....

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I've just extract the audio tracks, sound fine !, but i can only

export AC3 type audio file under MTR because my dvd was ripped only with AC3 surround sound (stero tracks was zero ko)..

 

so i can't find another soft able to open my AC3 files : quicktime, soudtrack pro, itunes : error...

 

Only VLC can play my AC3 files. my DVD was originaly ripped on NERO recode under XP !

so i wonder if the nero AC3 codec compression is compatible with OSX ?

 

Even with the compressor utility (sountrack pro), i have an error ! HELP please !

 

(The goal is to burn a audio CD with all my AC3 soundfiles by converting them ? or directly ?)

 

Thanks a lot

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so you want to play the files on any player? well this is gonna be quite long..so you can get this program called MACdec, and what it does is split the AC3 to 6 descrete channels..then you compile it back with compressor and you can choose what output format you want it as...hope this helps..

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