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  1. What application can I use?
  2. What audio format should I choose to encode the files?
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I haven't done it, but I would think it would mount like a normal DVD on the linux side. aac or vob files would contain the media. vlc plays/transcodes almost anything, ffmpeg plays/transcodes anything if you compile it properly. – RobotHumans Dec 31 '10 at 17:02
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See this guide

this method actually only extracts the compressed DTS sound of the Video DVD

http://www.klopfenstein.net/lorenz.aspx/ripping-dts-5.1-multichannel-audio-from-dvd-a

how to rip the uncompressed multichannel PCM data.

http://www.klopfenstein.net/lorenz.aspx/ripping-multichannel-surround-audio-dvd-audio-pcm

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Unfortunately, the links have rotted. I have used DVD Audio Explorer successfully in the past, but I would be interested if anyone knows a different way. – user55325 Sep 22 '15 at 1:58
    
See if Super can do it – Moab Sep 22 '15 at 21:31
    
I should probably point out that I'm on Linux and have been using WINE so far, but would prefer a native solution... – user55325 Sep 23 '15 at 0:23

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