• DVD-Audio Ripping

    by Published on 10-06-2011 04:53 AM
    1. Categories:
    2. DVD-Audio Ripping,
    3. Blu-ray Ripping

    Ripping the audio from CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs has never been easier and there's never been a better time than now to start ripping. Pink Floyd recently released The Dark Side Of The Moon Immersion Box set containing six physical discs including three Redbook CDs, two DVDs, and one Blu-ray disc. The ease of ripping audio from plastic discs and the plethora of new content available from Pink Floyd have given me great reason to create a thoroughly updated DVD and Blu-ray disc ripping guide using the new Dark Side Of The Moon Immersion Box Set. Pink Floyd fans and enthusiasts of music stored on plastic discs rejoice, one's favorite two channel and multi-channel music can now be liberated.
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    by Published on 07-18-2010 05:44 PM
    1. Categories:
    2. DVD-Audio Ripping

    The current selection of high resolution downloads is growing weekly, but is still inadequate for most music aficionados. The most frequently voiced displeasure relates to the lack of "popular" music available at resolutions equal to or greater than rebook CD (16 bit / 44.1 kHz). Most audiophiles don't realize a great source of "popular" high resolution material is already sitting on their shelves, and can still be purchased new/used and be ripped to their music server. Although seasoned computer audiophiles have been ripping DVDs for years most audiophiles making the move to a computer based system have no idea these discs can be ripped and certainly have no idea how it's done. That's 100% normal and not a slight on newbies here on Computer Audiophile. Nobody is born with this knowledge. Readers must learn at some point how to rip this great music to their music servers. What follows is a step by step guide to ripping DVD-Audio discs, ripping the audio from DVD-Video concerts, and ripping HDAD discs.
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