DVD Audio Ripper for Windows Guide
Want to rip DVD audio to MP3, M4A, WAV, AAC, AC3, and WMA etc? Aiseesoft DVD Audio Ripper for Windows provides a series of powerful settings to listen to your favorite audio tracks on your audio players.To rip DVD to Audio format with Aiseesoft DVD Audio Ripper for Windows, you can just following the steps below.
Step1: Add DVD Movie
Click the Load DVD button, browse your computer, find the DVD folder of the movie you want to add from your hard disc or DVD-ROM, open your DVD folder, select the VIDEO_TS folder and click OK.
Or, click the Load IFO Files, browse your computer, find the DVD folder of the movie you want to add from your hard disc or DVD-ROM, open your DVD folder, open the VIDEO_TS folder, select all the IFO files and click OK.
After you add your movie, you can choose any titles or chapters that you want to convert by ticking the check boxes before them.
Step2: Output SettingsAt the bottom of the main window, you can name the output file for the current title/chapter, and select a subtitle to put on your movie, select an audio track. Then finish all the settings including selecting an output format, clicking the Settings button to set the video and audio encoding settings, choose if to merge the selected titles or chapters into one file, and set an output directory to save the output files.
Step 3: Start ConversionAfter setting the output settings, you can just click the “Convert” button to start converting your Movie. You can choose to shut down your computer or open the output folder after conversion, so you don't have to sit before your computer waiting for the conversion to finish.
Advanced OptionsIf you want to edit your movie before converting it, Aiseesoft DVD Audio Ripper for Windows provides your with various powerful functions including:
Trim DVD Title or Chapter
If you want to capture a clip from the current title/chapter, you can click the Trim button to open the Trim window and trim the current title or chapter by dragging the Start Time slider to set the start time, and dragging the End Time slider to set the finish time.