Have you ever wanted to save that special melody that was reproduced in your favorite DVD movie? If your answer is "yes", then I'd like to introduce you a simple yet powerful program that will let you perform this task easily. DVD Audio Extractor, as its name suggests, will let you extract all audio from any DVD in just four simple steps.
Extracting audio tracks from your DVD movie is very easy. The first step consists in selecting the chapters you want to extract the audio from. If you are not sure on what chapter that lovely melody is located, you can use the play, stop, pause, rewind, or forward buttons to watch your movie, and easily tick the chapter you want to work with.
The output formats supported are OGG, MP3, WAV, FLAC. In addition, there is an option to create an audio CD image to be burned later. Then, you have to select the directory where you want to save the output files. Finally, pressing start button will start the encoding process. If this process takes a long time, you can choose the "shutdown the computer" option, which is very useful in these cases.
On the other hand, the audio/video synchronization problems found in the former version have now been fixed. The DVD reading speed has been improved, some codecs have been updated, and other minor bugs have been fixed as well.
A fully functional trial version of DVD Audio Extractor can be used for 30 days.