DVD Audio Recorder - How to record sound from dvd on Mac?

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DVD Audio Recorder - How to record sound from dvd on Mac?

Postby dampier21 » Fri Feb 24, 2012 3:54 am

Question: I wondering whether it is possible to capture audio from DVD playing on my computer. I got a new MP3 player a couple days ago. Since I have a lot of DVD discs, I want to extract my favorites pieces of music and famous movie quotes from DVDs to enjoy them on my new MP3 player. I am new at this so I just want to use the easiest way to achieve it.

Solution: It couldn't be easier to get the audio from DVD by recording. Just with a single click, you can get the audio you want without trimming. If you are caring for the sound quality, then you'd better to choose a professional recorder.

DVD Audio Recorder for Mac

AllMyMusic for Mac is the most professional recorder that I have ever used. It enables Mac users to easily record any audio played on your computer such as: record DVD audio, record online music, record radio programs, etc. The recording files sound the same as original files so you do need to worry about the sound quality. Besides, the program will automatically identify the music tags if you record the music from websites.


Tutorial on recording audio from DVD mac

Install AllMyMusic for Mac on your computer and launch it.
Click the "Record" button and then play your favorite segments from DVD to record it.
To stop the recording, just click the "Record" button again.

Now just import the recording files to your portable device for entertainment as you like. Have a try on it and you can record audio from DVD at ease!

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Convert video to popular video & audio formats on Mac

Postby dampier21 » Tue Apr 17, 2012 8:27 am


Tanbee Video Converter for Mac is a powerful and easy-to-use video conversion software for Mac users, which helps you convert videos and audios between various formats for Mac easily and fast, such as AVI, MP4, MOV, MKV, WMV, MPEG, 3GP, VOB video and HD Video (MOD, TOD, MTS).

Tanbee Video Converter for Mac makes most video files playable on the iPod, PSP, iPhone, Smartphones as well as many others. This Mac Video Converter can also extract audio from video, movie and convert audio to audio, like MP3, M4A, AAC, etc.

* Convert among all SD and HD video formats on Mac with ease.
* Optimized presets for Apple(iPad/iPod/iPhone/TV), PSP, iMovie, iTunes, etc.
* Clip segments, merge files, crop video size, add special effect
* Extract audio from videos and convert audio to audio for music players.
* Capture your favorite images from videos and save them as BMP, JPEG or PNG.

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Convert Video for Portable Devices - Straight presets allow you to easily convert videos for your iPad, iPod, iPhone 4, Apple TV, BlackBerry, PSP, Palm, iRiver, GPhone, etc. An easy way to enjoy your videos, movies and TV shows anytime and anywhere.

Merge or Clip Video - Join multiple video clips together; Clip the required segments from your video, either output them separately or merge and output them as a single video.

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Detailed Output Parameter Settings - Adjust a detailed range of output parameters including video brightness, contrast, saturation, bit rate, and frame rate.

Easy-to-use - Only a few clicks can complete the video audio file conversion task.

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Turn photos, videos and music into a fantastic movie on Mac

Postby cheikh52 » Fri May 11, 2012 8:03 am

Do you want to turn your photos, videos and music into a fantastic movie? In this video tutorial, you will get the easiest way to achieve it.

This video covers:
1. Download and install the program
2. Add media files
3. Use Style Templates
4. Edit photos
5. Add Credit slide
6. Trim video and music
7. Share your movie in high quality


With Digital Slideshow Builder for Mac, you can transform your photos, videos and music into an eye-catching showcase simply by dragging and dropping. Moreover, the movie can be shared to DVD, YouTube, iTunes, etc. directly.

More Info: http://bit.ly/KIgQ1n
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Re: DVD Audio Recorder - How to record sound from dvd on Mac

Postby sambbosh » Sat Jan 12, 2013 5:04 am

Video Demo:

Want to save to your favorite songs, radio programs and audio from your Mac? Any audio or sound playing on your Mac such as: streaming music, online courses, lectures, radio programs, CD/DVD tracks, VoIP Calls, voice from microphones, etc.


AllMyMusic for Mac is designed to record any sound playing on your Mac to MP3 and M4A files without quality loss. Moreover, the program can detect muted sections and split audio tracks automatically.

* Record Streaming Audio from YouTube, Napster, Rhapsody, BBC, Pandora, Spotify...
* Record Songs from CD and DVD
* Record conversation from applications like Skype, MSN, etc.
* Record sound from microphones and other devices
* Automatically split tracks and filters out ads while recording

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