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My sister seems to time her phone calls with some requests for technical support. The below is what she just asked:

I have an 18 min DVD of a choir concert - what I want to do is to extract audio snippets of it to play over a photo slideshow and out it on youtube.

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  • Requires the simplest of solutions. (The less hops between packages the better)
  • Solution needs to be free.
  • Windows 7

I usually concoct fairly elaborate solutions for my sister which end up causing her too many issues and she gives up. I am hoping that a superuser out there might be able to provide a more optimal solution to one I might have.

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What did you try so far? You could get a video editing program and export audio! –  Dave May 15 '13 at 13:26
    
Please suggest a simple free one as per q please –  Simon May 15 '13 at 22:22
    
This just became a shopping recommendation question –  Dave May 16 '13 at 5:11

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Have a look at XmediaRecode for ripping the DVD to just audio, (select custom output and then audio only)

Not sure about creating a slide show, maybe this or use Windows Movie Maker

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