We thank you for your help in this matter and will be downloading Audacity plus taking your help/advise in hand.
We thank you again for your quick, honest and helpful reply.
Paul and Tish
Hull
UK
 
On 17/05/2007 08:37:23, audacity-help@lists.sourceforge.net wrote:
> | From P&T
> | Wed, 16 May 2007 10:24:40 +0100
> | Subject: [Audacity-help] (no subject)
> | I see your Audacity software in Windows XP Mag and am interested in
> | downloading it.  However am also looking for some way of taking the
> sound
> | from music dvd's we have so can do copy of the soundtrack for the car etc
> | Do you know of a way this might be done ?
>
> You "can" play the DVD on your computer, and use Audacity to record the sound
> off the DVD as it plays in real time, providing you have a software DVD player like
> PowerDVD installed on the computer, and of course a DVD ROM drive. See:
> http://audacity.sourceforge.net/help/faq?s=recording&i=streaming
>
> Assuming you then want to burn an audio CD for the car, you export the recording
> from Audacity as a 44 100 Hz, 16 bit stereo WAV file, and use Windows Media
> Player, iTunes or some standalone CD burning application to burn the exported
> WAV file to an audio CD. See:
> http://audacityteam.org/wiki/index.php?title=How_to_burn_CDs
>
> This should give you an excellent, but not a perfect digital copy of the DVD
> audio. To get a perfect copy of the audio you need to use a program like
> SuperPlayer
> http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html#Dnload