N/APosted on - 05/27/2013
My boss gave me several DVDs to process for the audiobook we are to launch next month. I have to extract several audio clips from these DVDs. I have a fedora 14 installed in our computer. How do I export these sound clips from the DVDs using Fedora?
Exporting sound clips from dvd using fedora
In order to export these sound clips you will need a program you may already have. This program has a lot of functionalities among which is media playing. That program is called VLC. Here is how you are going to do this:
When entered the program click on Media and then Convert/Save.
Click the Disk tab and get the Starting Position to the right Title/Chapter. (You will find the right Title/Chapter by first viewing your disk with Media/Open Disk.) Click on Convert/Save.
Enter your file name and then start ripping. After you do that, go to Settings and choose the format you want to have it in from the pull down menu like "Audio – MP3" for .mp3.
Click on start.
If that program does not work for you try Acidrip.