RObbie / Massey DVD

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Tasco
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RObbie / Massey DVD

Post by Tasco » 15 Oct 2004 18:32

Poo !!

I bought this just for the Massey Mix. I don't like this Robbie singe, but the Massey Mix is cool.....

Problem: I want to rip the Massey Audio so I can put it on my Ipod... notinterested in the rest of the DVD...

Anyone know how I can do this please ?

Tasco

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Post by willman85 » 15 Oct 2004 21:53

try http://dvd.golddownload.com/DVD_Audio_Ripper.html. it's quick enough to download, but i haven't tested it out yet.

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Post by markus » 15 Oct 2004 22:53

Seems a cool tool, however in unregistered mode the maxiumum time of encoding is 5 minutes, not long enough for the massey mix.

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Post by Tasco » 16 Oct 2004 11:20

Well I have tried various software... but it seems to me that Mr Williams has done this DVD with pictures playing while the track plays.... Therefore most of the software can not find the audio track !

Gutted.

Tasco

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Post by blue jammer » 16 Oct 2004 22:00

Depends what you are playing it on?

If it's a stand alone DVD Player, they (most of them that is) have audio out, so you could always record in on your pc via the outputs of the DVD Player.

Or, if it's a DVD-Rom, you could just play it and record it with Sound Forge, providing your sound card has a 'What U Hear' option (most of the Soundblaster range, inc Audigy cards have this)

Lastly, the trickier option is a prog called BeSweet, which can extract audio to .wav files from the vob files, you'd first need a prog like AnyDVD, in case the DVD has copy-protection on - some Discs won't let you copy the vob files, but using AnyDVD will let you at them.

Hope that helps.

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Post by Tasco » 17 Oct 2004 19:53

blue jammer:

Hi mate,

I did try the software you recommended.... it DOES work, but the 808 State Mix seems to be encoded in two parts some how. I can only manage to rip the last two minutes of the track. It is a kin pain !

So I am going to use the other method: "If it's a stand alone DVD Player, they (most of them that is) have audio out, so you could always record in on your pc via the outputs of the DVD Player"

I should have done that in the first place LOL

Cheers,

Tasco

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Post by nickking » 18 Oct 2004 16:49

Or you could always download it from here - http://www.woolworths.co.uk/wwstore/pro ... taldetails

Who would have thought that Woolworths would be selling MP3's? :P

l8rs,


Nick ;)

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Post by markus » 18 Oct 2004 17:10

If anyone downloads this, I'd be interested to hear how the playing of the Massey track goes, seeing that the DVD won't play properly with Windows Media Player (it does with VLC player).

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Post by nickking » 18 Oct 2004 17:30

I shall be as soon as I get home - will let you know how good the quality is! :wink:

l8rs,


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Tasco
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Post by Tasco » 18 Oct 2004 17:58

Yeah I am up for that :) I will wait till you inform us on the quality.

Cheers

Tasco

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Post by Rodders » 18 Oct 2004 18:45

its a 192Kbps WMA file. excellent stuff. the download allows you 3 burns to CD or to a portable player.

what a fantastic remix!! it actually reminds me of 808 circa Quadrastate / 90 :D nice one graham!

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