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Software to get audio from home DVDs?

I have a DVD movie from which I would like to extract the audio, preferably to MP3, so I can listen to it -- it's an interview video, and the picture is largely superfluous. I've seen some responses here on how to do this with OSX and Linux and Bash, etc, but not Windows.

I have Win Vista, and while I am certain there has to be some application out there that can do this, I am unaware of it.

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marked as duplicate by nhinkle Nov 27 '11 at 7:00

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Turns out this has already been answered. Hopefully the answers in the duplicate question work for you; if not, you can edit this question to include what you tried from the other question that didn't work, and we'll reopen it for you. – nhinkle Nov 27 '11 at 7:01

Try Free Video to MP3 Converter. Instructions can be found on the link above.

If you want something a little bit more sophisticated, you can follow the directions on make use of.

If you require any further assistance, just post a comment.

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I installed it and it is a useful program, but it doesn't seem to extract DVD movies; it is for taking things like *.MP4 and other video files and extracting the audio. If I wanted to extract the audio portion of, say, a copy of Gone With The Wind on DVD (not what I am trying to extract it from, btw), Free Video to MP3 Converter doesn't seem to help me. – Cyberherbalist Nov 27 '11 at 6:53
What is the file format of the video file in question? (Click explore on the DVD in My Computer). Also, did you use Smart Ripper from the make use of article? – wizlog Nov 27 '11 at 6:59

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