How to Rip and Convert DVD to FLAC with Ease

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How to Rip and Convert DVD to FLAC with Ease

Post  Violet10 on Wed Feb 04, 2015 12:23 pm

Summary: This is a magic DVD to FLAC guide to let you extract FLAC auido from DVD movies, so that you can freely play them on music players.

FLAC, short for Free Lossless Audio Codec, is an audio format for lossless audio data compression. Being lossless, This audio format ensures high audio quality to meet users' demands. Even though its file size is much bigger than MP3, it's still preferred by many music fans because of the high quality of audio playback.



May be you have many DVD movies like musical movies or Other classic DVD movies and want to convert them to FLAC audio files for playing on portable music players. To accomplish this task, you need a DVD convertion program that can help us get the FLAC files from DVD easily.

Here Pavtube DVDAid is strongly recommended. With it, you can obtain FLAC audio files from our DVD and trim DVD to get the part you want with the built-in editor. And besides that, you can convert DVD MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV, etc. audio and to MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, etc. video with ease. Now download this tool and follow the steps below to have a try and I believe you can get high quality FLAC audio files from DVD. If you are using a Mac, you can turn to Pavtube DVDAid for Mac. Review: Top 5 Finest DVD Ripper Program.

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Step 1: Load DVD

Install and run Pavtube DVDAid. Then click Load DVD to add the DVD files to the program. You can load files from DVD disc, DVD folder, ISO image file or DVD IFO file.



Step 2. Trim to get the part you want

Click "Edit" to set the start and end time so as to get the very part you want. You can either move the mouse pointer to select the part you need or manually set the start and end time.



Step 3: Choose FLAC as the output format

Next, click "Format" to choose the output format. Go to "Common Audio" and select "FLAC-Free Lossless Audio Codec(*.flac)" as the output audio format from the format list.



When all the settings are OK, click "Convert" to start ripping FLAC audio files from your loaded DVD. When the conversion completes, you can click "Open" to locate the converted audio files and play them on your music player without any limitations.



Source:http://formatplayable.jimdo.com/2014/08/08/convert-dvd-to-flac/

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