When my niece, who is learning to be a professional pianist, performed in front of a large audience for the first time in her life, it was a sight to be seen and to be engraved on everyone’s memories. We recorded her performance on a digital video camera and later burned the video on a DVD. And then her uncle wanted to make an MP3 file from the DVD video. The task seemed to confuse everyone but it is fairly simple if you are using DVD Audio Extractor.
DVD Audio Extractor is a tool that can extract the audio from any DVD and save the extracted tracks in many audio file formats like MP3, OGG, WAV, ALAC, FLAC and more. It offers a very easy-to-use interface that works in a wizard like manner. It takes you from one step to another, letting you choose options and features along the way. It offers help all along the way and through all the steps.
In the first step you have to select a DVD from your DVD drive. It will display a list of all the titles, chapters and tracks. You can select which tracks you want to extract from the DVD and move to the second step in which you have to choose an output audio file format like MP3 or OGG. Depending on the audio format selection, you may get to choose more options related to the quality of the audio files.
In the third step, you have to pick an output folder where the audio files are saved. You can also choose whether audio volume normalization is needed to bring the volume of all the tracks at the same level. And finally in the fourth step, you can start the extraction and conversion process.
The extraction process of DVD Audio Extractor is very slow as it both extracts and encodes the audio stream at the same time. For a 4.7 GB DVD, it may take more than 20 minutes to complete the process. But it manages to produce very high quality audio files that are compatible with any software or hardware based music players.
You can download DVD Audio Extractor from http://www.dvdae.com/dvdae.