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DVD Audio Extractor Now Supports FLAC

DVD Audio Extractor the DVD Audio extraction and ripping tool has released a new version. The new version 3.5.0 has the following new features.

  • New feature: Added support to FLAC format. Now you can extract to FLAC to save space and get around the 4G size limit of Wave files.
  • Now possible to save Audio CD Image in FLAC format.
  • Improved online-help. Press F1 in Step 2 will go directly to the detailed help page of selected format.
  • Uses less run-time memory than before.
  • Updated OGG/Vorbis libraries to version 1.1.2.
  • Other minor enhancements.


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At 2:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A very nicely implemented and simple program. The benefit of FLAC became apparent when the first DVD I tried (Earth, Wind & Fire + Chicago, LA-Aug 11, 2004) turned out to have poorly arranged chapters. So, I ripped the whole thing to one FLAC, resampling to 44.1 kHz and choosing just two channels the second go-round. I'm now using Cool Edit with the FLAC plug-in to cut the segments, fade in and out, etc. Despite being more familiar with Audacity, which still doesn't support FLAC, this is going significantly faster than working on WAVs. Nice, too, that the latest Lancer Ogg Vorbis encoder (for my iAudio) provides encoding from FLAC at 25-29x !

At 6:49 PM, Blogger Brennan said...

This si the only application that I know of that can accomplish DVD-Audio extraction in one simple interface. I like it too!


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