This step by step tutorial will show you how to rip audio off a DVD to MP3, MP2, WAV, OGG, M4A, WMA, AMR, AAC, etc.
What you will need is Clone2Go DVD Ripper. Let's take a look at how it works:
Step 1. Run Clone2Go DVD Ripper. Click the "Open DVD" button to import the DVD file. Alternatively, you can click "File -> Open DVD..." to load the DVD disc. After the DVD disc is imported, there will be a list of DVD chapters/titles showing in the program. Tick the longest DVD title from the list. Double click this title and you will preview the movie in the program.
Step 2. Extend the "Profile" category and navigate to "General Audio" sub-category to select an output audio format. For example, if you want to extract the sound track from the DVD movie as MP3 file, you can choose "MP3 - MPEG Layer-3 Audio (*.mp3)" as the output format.
If you want to customize the output audio, you can click the "Audio Options" button below the "Profile" category. There you can set audio codec, audio bitrate, sample rate, audio channel, etc.
If you just want part of the DVD audio, you can click the "Output Duration" button below the "Profile" category to specify the "Start Time" and "Stop Time".
Alternatively, you can use the "Start to trim" and "Stop to trim" scissors to get the segement you want.
For more advanced settings for the output audio file, click the "Options" button on the main interface and navigate to "Audio" tab. See the graph below:
Step 3. Specify the output folder. Click the "Options" button on the main interface. In the "General" tab, you can specify the folder for the output file. For your convenience, the output file is easily available by clicking the "Folder" botton in the main interface after the encoding process.
Step 4. After all the steps above, click the "Start Encode" button to start to rip audio from DVD to MP3/WAV/OGG/M4A/WMA file.