Midnight Oil

Subject: Re: [powderworks] [NMOC] Audio extraction from video
From: Miron Mizrahi
Date: 15/06/2011, 8:30 am
To: "powderworks@yahoogroups.com.au" <powderworks@yahoogroups.com.au>

Midnight Oil

I used to have a program called DVD Audio Extractor which worked great and you didn't even need to rip the dvd. it would read it off the driver. never tried with SUPER but I suppose it could. I would first google to see if there are free/trial software that can do it all-in-one

How could people get so unkind?

From: Stephan Jänsch <stephan.jaensch@googlemail.com>
To: powderworks@yahoogroups.com.au
Sent: Wednesday, June 15, 2011 3:47 AM
Subject: [powderworks] [NMOC] Audio extraction from video

A commercially bought DVD needs to be copied to disc which is potentially illegal but for this purpose, who cares? 'DVD Decrypter' should do the job for most discs. 'SUPER' should be able to extract the audio to WAV-format from the individual VOB-files. With 'Audacity' you can join and/or cut the individual tracks. There are many ways and softwares to get there but this is how I'd do it.



Am 14.06.2011 16:28, schrieb Michael Blackwood:
How does one extract audio from a DVD?  Can it be done with any commercially-bought DVD?

To: powderworks@yahoogroups.com.au
From: mironmizrahi@yahoo.com
Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2011 18:00:07 -0700
Subject: Re: [powderworks] Oils Live in 1987 RMIT


this is the dvd version. if you want just the audio you can extract it from the dvd or keep looking. I am not sure if I have this one to send you and will need to look through my collection. ping me offlist if you don't get anywhere and I will take a look

How could people get so unkind?

From: koala sprint <koala.sprint@gmail.com>
To: Powderworks <powderworks@yahoogroups.com.au>
Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2011 6:52 AM
Subject: [powderworks] Oils Live in 1987 RMIT

Hi there,

I'm trying to track down the live Oils gig at the RMIT on 7th March 1987.
It was filmed and there's good quality clips on youtube.
Does any have a good audio of that show that can help me?