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DVD Audio Ripper?

Discussion in 'Fan Audio' started by AnakinSkywlkr, Sep 20, 2005.

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  1. AnakinSkywlkr

    AnakinSkywlkr Jedi Youngling

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    Hey everyone!

    I'm in a production of Star Wars Episode III, in 2006.

    I need the audio of the characters voices on a CD.

    Do I need a certain program to rip off the voices?

    Or, is this impossible to do?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Nathan_P_Butler

    Nathan_P_Butler Author, Star Wars Tales #21 star 4 VIP

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    You don't need anything special. Almost any audio recording program will have a setting that lets you capture whatever is supposed to be coming out of your speakers. Basically it's recording what the sound card is emitting. Just pop your DVD into a DVD-ROM drive, and play the DVD while the recording program is recording. That's it.
     
  3. AnakinSkywlkr

    AnakinSkywlkr Jedi Youngling

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    Do you have a specific program for that? I don't believe my computer is capable of that without a program.
     
  4. AnakinSkywlkr

    AnakinSkywlkr Jedi Youngling

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    Anyone else have any other suggestions? [face_plain]
     
  5. Nathan_P_Butler

    Nathan_P_Butler Author, Star Wars Tales #21 star 4 VIP

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    ANY audio recorder, even Sound Recorder, that comes standard with Windows, should be able to do it. Just check your settings.
     
  6. AnakinSkywlkr

    AnakinSkywlkr Jedi Youngling

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    Do you know what setting I should set it on in audio properties?
     
  7. Nathan_P_Butler

    Nathan_P_Butler Author, Star Wars Tales #21 star 4 VIP

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    Depends on the program, but it should have something for "input," and you want it to be sound card, sound board, something like that. Not microphone.
     
  8. Tobar

    Tobar Jedi Youngling star 2

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    To record using sound recorder open up your volume control and then go to properties. After doing that look for a button that says Recording press it and then hit OK after that just make sure stereo mix is selected and you'll be able to record. =)
     
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