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Xolo1974

Multitracks on DVD

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Xolo1974   

Just wondering if anyone has ever gone to the trouble of extracting the audio from the 2003 DVD that includes RAH, Earls Court, Knebworth etc. I have the DVDs but just wondering if I could save myself a job? 

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1 hour ago, Xolo1974 said:

Just wondering if anyone has ever gone to the trouble of extracting the audio from the 2003 DVD that includes RAH, Earls Court, Knebworth etc. I have the DVDs but just wondering if I could save myself a job? 

I have the Albert Hall on CD if you want it?

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Xolo1974   
1 hour ago, chillumpuffer said:

I have the Albert Hall on CD if you want it?

Thanks mate, but it's the Earls Court and Knebworth stuff I'm after. My Winston RAH is fine 

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Xolo1974   
44 minutes ago, For My Life said:

To me the fun part is extracting and editing (i.e. adding fades etc) the audio myself, but maybe I'm not normal

Two young kids mate (4 and 6)....I just don't get the time to do that sorta stuff

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Yeah, i did this once years ago. Think i ripped the Knebworth tracks. Wouldn't mind doing it again TBH so i listen to the tracks on the go.

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tmtomh   

If you're willing to purchase DVD Audio Extractor, it takes just a few clicks and a few minutes to extract the audio, and it's dead easy.

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24 minutes ago, tmtomh said:

If you're willing to purchase DVD Audio Extractor, it takes just a few clicks and a few minutes to extract the audio, and it's dead easy.

yeah that's what i used. i downloaded it and it had a free 30 day trial with full use. Don't know if that's still the case.

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You can take things to extremes by also extracting the audio from the DVD menu items for 'bonus tracks', plus the 2003 DVD has the full-length version of BD to add as a bonus track for TSRTS

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