Categories
Transcription Tips Video to Audio Conversion

How to Extract mp3 Audio from a DVD using VLC Media Player

There are many instances where you may need to extract the audio from a DVD aka rip audio from a DVD. As a transcriber, I often find it necessary to extract mp3 audio from a client’s DVD for easier transcription.

Many software can rip audio from videos and DVDs. However, they’re expensive and sometimes don’t work. I recently discovered an easy and free way to extract audio from and videos and DVDs using VLC. Let me share it with you.

This method works for all video files, CD, DVDs, blu-ray that you can play on VLC media player; that’s almost any multimedia you can play using the VLC media player.

Step 1: Download and Install VLC

First, you’ll need to download and install VLC from the videolan.org site. 

Then, insert your DVD/CD into your computer’s DVD/CD ROM player.

Step 1: Download and Install VLC

Step 2: Open VLC

Open VLC media player and click on the Media tab.

Scroll down and select Convert/Save to open the Open Media window.

You can also use the shortcut keys Ctrl + r to open the Open Media window.

Step 2: Open VLC

Step 3: Set Media Options

In the Open Media Window, click on the Disc Tab.

Then select the appropriate media; DVD, blu-ray, Audio CD, or SVCD (super video compact disc)/VCD. The main differences between these types of media is how much data they can hold. CD’s (SVCD and VCD) max at about 700MB of data, DVDs hold maximum 8.5GB of data, and standard blu-ray holds 25GB.

Check the No Disk Menu checkbox. This will make sure that VLC skips the disk menu, and converts the contents of the drive. If you don’t check this box, VLC will only convert the contents of the disk menu.

If you have more than one DVD/CD ROM drive make sure the appropriate one, that has the DVD, is selected as the Disc Device. The title, chapter, audio track options enable you to only convert a specific part of the DVD. If you are converting the whole DVD, leave them at their default values, but I’ll cover these options in the FAQ section at the end of this video.

Step 3: Set Media Options

Step 4: Set Conversion Options

Click on the Convert/Save button to open the Convert window.

In this window, you only need to set the profile and name your destination file.

To extract the audio from a DVD as an mp3 file, you need to set the profile as audio mp3. Click on the profile drop down menu and scroll down and select the audio mp3 profile.

To set the destination folder and filename, click on browse, and navigate to the folder where you want to save the file. Type in the filename. I want to name my file as audio from DVD. Then click save.

Step 4: Set Conversion Options

Step 5: Click Start to Extract mp3 Audio from your DVD

That takes you back to the convert window. Press start to start extracting audio from your DVD.

It takes about 5 minutes to extract the audio from an hour long DVD. And that’s it.

Step 5: Click Start to Extract mp3 Audio from your DVD

Here’s a how to video

Frequently Asked Questions

Q 1: When I get to the end of my conversion, VLC asks me to overwrite the existing file, what can I do?

A: This is caused by setting your playback to loop. To solve this issue, exit VLC, Open it again and uncheck the loop button. Then restart the conversion process.

Q 2: I’ve ripped all the songs and they are in one file. Can I convert individual songs?

A: Yes you can, but it’s easier to convert the whole DVD, you’ll get one audio file. Then use Audacity to split the file into individual songs. I’ve created a short how to video on splitting a file in audacity.

Q 3: How do I convert only a section of the DVD?

A: You can use the title, chapter and start and end time position to only convert a certain section of your DVD.

In the Open Media window, you can access the start and end times by clicking the show more options check box. So if I only want to convert audio from a certain section let’s say Title 2, chapter 4, I can set the title, or set the title and the start and end times of the section I wish to convert.

Then set the profile and destination folder.

Q 4: I’ve converted my DVD but my audio is gabled. What can I do?

A: This is a question I get a lot, and there can be a number of reasons as to why your audio output is gabled. First make sure that you VLC can play the whole DVD. If you have a section on your DVD that’s unplayable, the conversion process will not complete and you’ll have a gabled audio.

If VLC can play the whole DVD without issues, then try and play the audio with VLC. If the audio plays on VLC but not on other devices, there could be compatibility issues. For instance, some devices do not support 5.1 surround sound. If you DVD had surround sound you may need to convert it to stereo.

To do that, you need to edit the audio mp3 profile. Click on the gear icon. Click on the audio codec tab. Make sure the keep original audio track is not selected. Select the MPEG Audio codec. This is a widely supported codec. Set the bitrate to 192. This is a bit rate that gives you excellent sound compression. Set your channels to 2. And use the 44100 hertz sampling rate. Click on save and the extracted audio from your DVD will be stereo and compatible with most devices.

Q 5: Can I extract .wav audio?

A: Yes. Use the Audio CD profile.

Q 6: Can I extract 5.1 surround sound?

A: Yes you can. Click on the gear icon to edit the mp3 profile and, click on the audio codec tab, and make sure that you check keep original audio track.

Q 7: Can I extract only the vocals?

A: If your DVD has the vocals in a separate channel, yes you can. Check the keep original audio track and then import the extracted audio into a software that supports multiple channels, for instance Adobe Audition and then convert the channels to mono and save the vocal channel. 

That’s it for this post. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, let me know in the comment section below

By Kongo

Kongo enjoys sharing great and easy to implement tips on popular software and web technologies.

0 0 vote
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
130 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Robert Lamm
Robert Lamm
2 years ago

I am trying rip the audio from a dvd and burn a cd. By following the instructions above, I was successful on my first set of 3 dvds, but on another set, it would only rip the first track of 6 on the dvd. Any ideas? Thanks

Eddie
Eddie
2 years ago
Reply to  Kongo

Thank you Kongo, my ripped songs were in one single track, will try Audacity as mentioned. Thanks again!

David
David
2 years ago
Reply to  Robert Lamm

I am trying to rip the soundtrack from a dvd following your instructions. However, I can’t get an mp3 option, only mp4. What am I doing wrong?

Rich
Rich
1 year ago
Reply to  Kongo

Hello. I was wondering if you had ripped audio using the newest version of VLC? All I see is “Save as type:” and mp4 is the only selectable option from the drop down menu. It seems there is no longer a profile drop down as previously described. Please help. Thanks.
-Rich

Charlotte Frazier
Charlotte Frazier
2 years ago

i did’t know VLC also supports to extract audio from DVD, amazing! I love VLC, it is really too powerful. I usually use a third part tool – WonderFox DVD Ripper to extract audio from DVD before, now i can use VLC, LoL! Thanks a lot!

Jenny
Jenny
2 years ago

I have having trouble extracting the audio from the dvd. It says streaming in the main window but nothing is happening. Can you help?

Randy
Randy
2 years ago

I love that VLC has this potential to record audio from a DVD, but so far, it only is recording the opening music that is on the main menu of the DVD.
Is there a way to just have it record from point A to point B, and even if that covers more than one track in the DVD?
I tried setting the start and end times, but regardless of what I set, it only takes the sound from the main menu.

Bud
Bud
2 years ago

I have a home made DVD with only one video/song. I am trying to get the audio only on a CD. I have followed all of your directions and when I click on start all I get is the blue line cycling through 18 seconds or so continually. I let it run all night and still no indication that the file got saved

tsr2
tsr2
1 year ago
Reply to  Kongo

I had this problem and it wasn’t clear to me which files to select. I naturally assumed that it would be something in the AUDIO_TS directory, but this appears to be empty on the DVD I was trying to rip.

After a bit of trial and error I found that I needed to extract some of the .VOB files in the VIDEO_TS directory.

To find the correct .VOB files I needed to play them back to see which were menus and which contained the audio I wanted to rip.

One gotcha is that the selection dialog has the “media files” filter selected by default and doesn’t show the .VOB files. I had to select the “all files” filter before I could select the .VOB files.

I also found that the .VOB files split in the middle of songs, so I am ripping them all as a single file, which I will edit into individual tracks later,

JP
JP
2 years ago

For my DVD it tooks me like 30 minute

Linda Brymer
Linda Brymer
2 years ago

Your guide is so helpful, but on my VLC I am trying to get the music off a DVD that I purchased thinking it was a CD (turns out its a DVD of music videos being promoted as a CD which can’t be returned once opened….so jokes on me *eyerolls*).
So my issue is that I -do not- get the mp3 option, only [mp4] or [All (*.*)] as my options.
What am I doing wrong?

Frankie
Frankie
2 years ago

I am trying to rip the audio from a DVD of a TV series, will this give me multiple audio tracks (with dialogue, music, background noise etc.) or all of them mashed into one?

Melanie
Melanie
1 year ago
Reply to  Kongo

I’m having the same problem as Frankie… Getting all tracks of audio mashed into one. I’d like to pull just the English audio track (track 1). Any tips?

Derek McLachlan
Derek McLachlan
2 years ago

I got the audio off a DVD but it is just one file & not split up into tracks. Is there any way to do that?

Eliza Merrifield
Eliza Merrifield
2 years ago

Can you download only the songs off of a DVD to put on a blank CD?

Vanessa
Vanessa
2 years ago

Many wonderful insights, suggestions, and solutions.

However, when I do it, a .raw file is created.

The projected conversion time is 2’04, and after about 3-4 hours I will check back and see the .raw file in the Destination folder, while in VLC window I see the file with the name “Converting dvdsi…” and the progress bar is empty–no longer blue and converting.

As with one of the other people, I purchased a DVD with videos, thinking it was audio.

Thank you,
🙂
Vanessa

Vanessa
Vanessa
2 years ago

OH! Forgot to mention…

The file that is created is a .raw format.

Should it be .mp3? (That is the format I chose).

Thank you,
🙂
Vanessa

Lenno
Lenno
1 year ago

I’ve tried and convert the audio of a DVD to a mp3 file. The problem is when I listen to the mp3 file the audio is messed up. The original DVD audio/video is fine.

marsali
marsali
1 year ago

thanks for your sharing. i ve tried to use vlc to rip music from dvd, but i don’t know how to use it to do batch conversion, so i use a third party tool named wonderfox dvd ripper pro. can you tell me how to rip songs from dvd in batch? does it possible? thanks again.

John
John
1 year ago

Hi! I’m trying to convert my Eagles – Hell Freezes Over DVD. I accidently purchased it thinking it was the CD. However, when I run it through VLC’s convert/stream option, drop the dvd, select Audio- FLAC and save, the media player just loops for 10 seconds and no file is created. I’m guessing that its trying to make an audio screen of the menu or home screen. Any ideas? Thanks!

Baylee
Baylee
1 year ago

Hi, just wondering if you know of any way to Extract the dvd and retain it’s 5.1 audio tracks, maybe in an ac3 format? I’m wanting to import the extracted files into Audacity and remove the music tracks and only retain the vocals.
Thanks

Richard
Richard
1 year ago

Hi Kongo
Thanks for your instructions. I can play the DVD as a DVD in VLC media player, but if I play individual VOB files they break up and skip (ditto in KMPlayer), and that is how they convert too: not usable. If I convert the Disk (rather then individual files) I get the DVD menu soundtrack (from an IFO file, all 16 seconds of it), and that’s all. Any way around that? It’s a 2003 DVD: this sounds likely to be copyright protection to me.

Richard
Richard
1 year ago
Reply to  Richard

Hi Kongo
I think I’ve solved the problem myself. Trick is to use the Disk tab, but then enter a Starting position that corresponds with where the content you are interested in is, which you can get from inspection of the VOB files – in my case that was Title 2, Chapter 1. I ticked the No disk menus box for good measure. All ran fairly slowly, but did a good job, so not a copyright protection thing. Thanks again.

gregg
gregg
1 year ago

yeah, this doesn’t work, it saves an mp4 file of the entire disc on my external drive, title stuff, extras stuff, and the actual movie — is there not some way to get JUST the audio from the movie?

Eliza Merrifield
Eliza Merrifield
1 year ago

I extracted audio to VLC and I am wondering how to get rid of it?

Also, how do you burn it to a blank disc?

Shane S
Shane S
1 year ago

is there any way to extract the audio as a .wav file

Sherry
Sherry
1 year ago

I have a 2-set dvd movie that I want to grad the video from. The first one converted great, but the second disk has a ‘making of’ feature and then goes into the actual stuff I want. I can’t figure out how to get to that place on the dvd to start at. Is there something I am missing?

Sherry
Sherry
1 year ago

I mean audio, not video.

Sherry
Sherry
1 year ago

I think I’ve got it. The feature in from of the stuff I wanted was 27 minutes. As it started to convert it, I put my mouse to the end of the progress bar and it advanced to that spot and then started to convert the 2.5 hour content. Fingers crossed.

Patric
Patric
1 year ago

I’ve figured out how to extract audio from video files, but I’m coming up with an issue that no one else has mentioned. After VLC is done converting the audio, it wants to start over again, and gives me a message asking me to either overwrite or keep the existing file. Of course I want to stop converting and actually keep the file I have, but no matter what, the message keeps coming up. I’m having to open the task manager and force shut down VLC. Any ideas?

Patrick
Patrick
1 year ago

Neither I have Convert selected, and have not selected any other options on that screen.

Patrick
Patrick
1 year ago
Reply to  Kongo

I’ve tried saving the file in the same folder and in a different folder. Same result both ways. I’m starting to suspect using VLC to rip audio is a lost cause for my computer.

RICARDO
RICARDO
1 year ago

Hello.
Can I rip only one music from a DVD?
How can Ido it?
Please help.
Greetings from Brazil.

Jeff
Jeff
1 year ago

I tried using VLC to rip the audio from a DVD concert disc. I saved it using the MP3 option, and it “worked”, however it condensed a 1+ hour show into under 3 minutes of audio. Just plays super fast. Any ideas?

Laura
Laura
1 year ago

My problem is similar to that of :Lenno” upthread.

I have a brand new Springsteen concert DVD, no scratches or dirt. It plays fine on VLC media, Windows Media Player,and Cyberlink Power media player. When I converted it to MP3, however, it’s sped-up &,garbled on all three media players, as well as on my Android Smartphone..Incidentally, the DVD was 1 hour, 48 mins, but the converted MP3 was 3 hours, 36 mins.

I’m inexperienced at these things; do you have any advice for me?

Ronald
Ronald
1 year ago

I’ve run into something unexpected. I’m using V 3.0.7, following the outlined steps, I wound up with a FLAC file that was 1.4 Gigs – for 65 minutes of audio. Generally I am looking at 400-500 MB for that length of audio – so I believe something has gone awry. Any thoughts?

Lenny
Lenny
1 year ago

Hello, I’ve just downloaded VLC and I’m trying to take my DVD movies and make them all audio so I can listen to them while I work. I tried the method you mentioned in this post, but after the conversion is done, the audio length went from 1hr-51min to 4hrs-32 min and it sounds like there’s more than one track overlapping each other. How can I get my movies made into audio?

Paul
Paul
1 year ago

so far, I cannot find the “repeat” to turn it off…where did you hide it? Thanks

Venu T
Venu T
1 year ago

I am trying to convert/extract audio from a concert DVD to MP3.
The converted file is not playable. It is garbled audio.
Tried the VLC player as well as Windows Media Player.

What am I doing wrong?
Thanks

Jason
Jason
1 year ago

Kongo, Brother I just want to Thank You for all the great information, quick responses, helpful solutions, and most importantly taking the time out to help. In the words of the great Tupac “You are appreciated”

Blessings

Christian
Christian
1 year ago

I have the same issue with garbled audio when converting DVD to mp3.
The workaround is to rip the DVD to wav first, then convert the wav file to mp3. Not sure why I can’t go direct.

Bobr
Bobr
1 year ago
Reply to  Kongo

I also have the garbled audio issue. It also occurs when I try and play any of the .VOB files so not sure it’s related to MP3 codec. Seems to be the same on 3.0.7 and 3.0.8 versions. Any suggestions? Thanks

Bobr
Bobr
1 year ago
Reply to  Kongo

Unfortunately still garbled running the 3.0.5 version, tried 2 different PCs running windows xp and windows 10. Not sure what else to try at this point.

Bobr
Bobr
1 year ago
Reply to  Kongo

Hi Kongo, I have tried 2 different DVDs at this point – both play fine using VLC or other players on the 2 different PCs. It’s only when I try and do the Convert in VLC that I have the garbled problem.

Bobr
Bobr
1 year ago
Reply to  Kongo

Hi Kongo, I have made some progress on this. I was able to use different software and extract some .VOB files that played correctly with VLC. I also was able to convert to .WAV using only VLB and then convert the .WAV to .MP3 successfully, so I can get the audio I was after. I am still unable to play the native .VOB files from a DVD using VLC, get garbled output. I tried using the older level of VLC 3.0.5 to convert to .MP3 directly but that produces garbled output as well. Thanks for your time and suggestions.

Rick
Rick
1 year ago
Reply to  Kongo

Sounds great… thank you. However I am concerned with possible losses in audio quality. My DVDs’ audio is 384 kbps; if I rip to an mp3 of rhe same bit rate, there will still be loss, correct? But how much?

Simon
Simon
1 year ago

Hi Kongo, each time I convert to MP4 from a DVD the picture is great but no audio, any simple fixes?

Loren Meck
Loren Meck
1 year ago

How do I extract raw PCM from a VOB on Windows? The wiki has only fragmentary information showing how to extract AC3 from a DVD drive on Linux. I tried:

“c:\Program Files\VideoLAN\VLC\vlc.exe” -I dummy –no-sout-video –sout-audio –no-sout-rtp-sap –no-sout-standard-sap –ttl=1 –sout-keep VTS_03_1.VOB :sout=’#std{access=file,mux=raw,dst=x.wav}

Errors were:

[0000000002adf3e0] stream_out_standard stream out error: no mux specified or found by extension
[0000000002913390] core stream output error: stream chain failed for `standard{mux=””,access=””,dst=”‘#std{access=file,mux=raw,dst=x.wav}”}’
[00000000028fa100] core input error: cannot start stream output instance, aborting

Any ideas?

Thanks.

Peter
Peter
10 months ago

Kongo
How to rip a specific audio track form a DVD which has 40 songs?
The Video_TS folder in it shows 6 VTS_01_x files, not 40.
Thanks.
Peter

Joseph
Joseph
8 months ago

Kongo

I’ve tried four times (Twice after re-loading VLC) to convert the audio component of a DVD to audio (CD)(.wav)

Each time I watch the VLC scroll as if it were downloading all the songs. When I try to play them, all that plays is the first song.

(The songs were separate files on the DVD if that matters)

Adrian Vogler
Adrian Vogler
7 months ago

Hi, I found Your very useful guide but somehow VLC only records 48 seconds in an endless loop.
If I open the DVD normally it gets played as it should.
What can that be?
Any hint is very welcome.
Thx, Adrian

Adrian Vogler
Adrian Vogler
7 months ago
Reply to  Adrian Vogler

I have had a look and maybe it is caused by the DVD menu?
The audio that is ripped from VCL in a loop is the audio from the DVD menu.
But how do I get VCL rip the real content?

Rob
Rob
6 months ago

Thank you Kongo!

This was very helpful!!

bigpor2gee
bigpor2gee
5 months ago

Hi Kongo. I’ve been going thru a process of using VLC Media to rip concert music DVDs to .mp4, using VSDC Free Audio Converter to extract audio to a .mp3, and then using Audacity to split the .mp3 into individual tracks. It usually works pretty well. I don’t use VLC Media to rip directly to a .mp3, due to the common distortion problem. However, for “some DVDs” there is a problem where the rip doesn’t result in a .mp4 of the correct length and the audio either cuts out completely part way through or gets untracked from the video. Have you seen/heard of this before? Do you have an idea about what is unique about “some DVDs” that exhibit this behavior? Is there a tweak to the ripping process that I can do to get past it? Btw, I always check the “No Disc Menus” box. Thanks in advance for any ideas.

bigpor2gee
bigpor2gee
5 months ago

Thanks. So I tried your first step. Not working for me. I loaded one of the offending DVDs, found the file structure (AUDIO_TS – no files, and VIDEO_TS) and moved all the VIDEO_TS files to my hard drive in their own directory – 2 .BUP files, 2 .IFO files, and 9 .VOB files. So I’ve tried VLC with these files (both selecting individual .VOB files or multiple .VOB) files. The resultant .MP4’s have some audio distortion and timing issues. One problem is that I’m not sure if selecting the.VOB files is the right way to to go. This DVD plays fine directly off the DVD drive – no distortion, corret timing. No clue.

bigpor2gee
bigpor2gee
5 months ago

Thanks for the tips. I just tried moving the files from one of my “offending DVD’s” to hard drive – unfortunately to no avail. I found both AUDIO_TS (no files) and VIDEO_TS directories on the DVD. I moved the VIDEO_TS directory to my hard drive. This directory had 2 .BUP files, 2 .IFO files, and 7 .VOB files. I’ve tried converting both individual and multiple files to .mp4 with VLC. I am getting a repetitive distortion sound (and no video) when I do this. One problem that I may be having is selecting the correct files. Also, I’m not sure if I need to make any Preferences adjustments to VLC to account for conversion of .VOB files. Any more ideas?

Keith
Keith
3 months ago

Mate. You are the bees’ knees ! Worked a treat first time. VLC is a powerful tool but not so user friendly (for dummies). There is so much BS out there but not from you. Just easy to follow, sound advice and instruction. Have now bookmarked your site for future reference.

Keith
Keith
3 months ago

PS. All the audio tracks WERE in one mp3 file as you said they might be but I have an ancient copy of SoundForge (lovely audio editing tool I’ve been using since 1998) which dealt with this easily. Easier to use than audacity but quite expensive. If you want to buy a modern release it will cost a few £ or $. Again, more good, no BS advice. Thanks Kongo.

Nate
Nate
3 months ago

Hi Kongo. Thank you so much for providing the instructions here that you have. Unfortunately I’m having what I think is a similar problem to others in the thread above. I can rip audio from a DVD but the file is a few times longer than the contents of the DVD itself and the sound is, to use a term repeated here numerous times, a “garbled”, incomprehensible mess. The DVD is brand new, bought yesterday from a chain store, plastic wrap only just opened, and plays fine on both the laptop I’m using and the DVD slot on my smart TV. I downloaded VLC this afternoon specifically to rip the audio so I assume I have the most up to date version. Hopefully, someone has been able to solve this problem. Do you have any advice in the meantime? Thanks again for the instructions, and in advance for any wisdom you can share 🙂

Jim Craft
Jim Craft
2 months ago

Kongo, do you have suggestions about how to merge two mp3 files into a single one? I have a few double-DVD concerts (operas, to be precise). I can generate a single mp3 file for each one, but it would be nice to merge them. Is there a way to do that? Thanks.

Gary Torosian
Gary Torosian
2 months ago

I followed the instructions for a concert DVD I have but the resultant mp3 file is 2x as long as the concert and the audio really mish mashed (sort of several layers). I’m wondering if there was some sort of setting that I should have changed. If you’ve got any words of advice, would be grateful to hear. Thank you.

George
George
2 months ago

Hi! Thank you so much for writing this to help people, really appreciate it. I feel really dumb. I have the latest version of VLC for Mac, but the menus look nothing like what you show here. I have no option to select media type, and nothing about your tutorial seems to match up with the version of VLC that I am using. Any idea what is happening? I turn offmenus but still get the same 54 second repeating over and over, if it works at all.

George
George
2 months ago
Reply to  Kongo

Thank you for your help! I did try the VOB file and that seemed to work, but the resulting MP3 or WAV file is slightly sped up, a 23 minute file ended up being 19 minutes and is garbled. I reset VLC preferences to see if that would help, but it didn’t. I have been able to produce a clear video with audio from the same VOB file, but only as a .TS file. I figured it would be simple to make a WAV file but no luck so far! I probably could make a WAV file from the TS file, but that seems like an extra step that I am doing.

George
George
2 months ago
Reply to  Kongo

Thank you! I changed those audio settings and it still produced the same sped up audio file.

George
George
2 months ago
Reply to  Kongo

When I play the file back in VLC, it is still sped up and garbled. The DVD plays fine. I have ripped audio off of it years ago, but those files were on another computer. In fact I wish I knew what program I used back then. It extracted WAV files from every DVD, created its own folder structure for the chapters, did a great job. Anyway, I went through VLC and changed the Audio Output Module in preferences, and tried ripping the audio again 6 times, one with each new setting. Still producing the same sped up audio file. I did end up installing the Libsdvd file thinking that might help, and it didn’t.

George
George
2 months ago
Reply to  Kongo

Sure, not sure which one. Dropbox work? I think I need your email address for that.

George
George
2 months ago
Reply to  Kongo

I did use Handbrake to rip the same DVD, and that worked great. So I know the DVD isn’t the problem. Well, at least I don’t think its a problem. But would love to figure this out with VLC, now I just want to understand why its not working!

George
George
2 months ago
Reply to  Kongo

So I tried like 5 completely different DVDs, movies, other TV shows, etc, and the exact same problem happens. The audio is sped up when I copy just the audio. So strange! Definitely not a VOB issue. And I am using Handbrake to copy video and audio from the same DVD and it works fine. Weird!

Barrie Smith
Barrie Smith
1 month ago

I’m trying to use this on a Mac but nothing relates to your demo is this only for windows?

Barrie Smith
Barrie Smith
1 month ago
Reply to  Kongo

Thanks for a quick reply because of my age i thought I was missing something it looks so easy on Windows.