How to Convert DVD Music to MP3

by Todd Bowerman

Some DVDs have great soundtracks, and you may want to enjoy this music at another time on your personal MP3 player. If you're looking to take the audio off a DVD and turn it into an MP3, you'll need a DVD ripper that is specifically designed to rip audio files. Once you have the software side handled, ripping the DVD audio to MP3 is as easy as a few quick clicks.

With Free DVD MP3 Ripper

1

Download and install Free DVD MP3 Ripper (see Resources).

2

Open Free DVD MP3 Ripper by clicking "Start" and typing "Free DVD MP3 Ripper" into the Search field, then double-clicking the software.

3

Insert your DVD into the DVD-ROM drive on your computer, then click the folder next to "Source File" in Free DVD MP3 Ripper to select your DVD.

4

Choose a name and location for the MP3 by clicking the disk icon next to "Output File." Free DVD MP3 Ripper will automatically choose MP3 as the file format.

5

Click "Rip!" to rip and convert the file.

With DVD Audio Ripper

1

Download and install DVD Audio Ripper (see Resources).

2

Open DVD Audio Ripper by clicking "Start" and typing "DVD Audio Ripper" into the Search field, then double-clicking the program icon.

3

Insert your DVD into the DVD-ROM drive on your computer, then click the "DVD" drop-down in DVD Audio Ripper to select your DVD and load it into the project.

4

Click the check boxes next to the files you wish to rip and convert.

5

Set a destination for your converted file using the "Destination" drop-down, then click the circular record button to begin the transfer.

With iSofter DVD Audio Ripper

1

Download and install iSofter DVD Audio Ripper (see Resources).

2

Open iSofter DVD Audio Ripper by clicking "Start," typing "iSofter DVD Audio Ripper" into the Search field, and clicking "iSofter DVD Audio Ripper."

3

Insert a DVD into your DVD-ROM drive, then click "DVD" in iSofter DVD Audio Ripper to select it as the rip source.

4

Select "MP3" in the "Output Format" section of the software, and use the "Folder" section to set a destination for the converted file.

5

Click "Start," then click "Encode."

Warning

  • close Never attempt to rip or convert media for which you do not own the copyright, as this could land you in legal trouble.

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