Originally Posted by baltizar
Could you please give some details on how you used decrypter to extract the audio files. I have been trying for a few hours now, I cant seem to seperate the audio from the video image file. Also which application in Nerovision express were you using ? Could you give details on the steps you used in Nero.
Thanks for your time.
First: to extract the audio using DVDDecrypter, I used this method:http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=60246
I did have to search a bit and preview a few titles to find the correct one that had the intro I was looking for. Once I found it, as I recall, it turned out to be a single separate chapter. I may have used DVDShrink to actually determine WHICH title the intro was on, and then of course I noted the correct chapter number (in the case of this audio, as I recall, it was chapter one of the title where it was located.)
I then followed the steps in the link above, up until it switched gears and began to describe the "BeSweet" and "Belight" stuff. At that point, I ignored the remainder of the thread, and I started up Nero.
The application I used in Nero is actually called "NeroVision Express." I believe that I mentioned this in my original post above, but if I am wrong, I apologize. I have "Nerovision Express 3." You can also do the same with the predeccesor, "Nerovision Express 2." Note that this program is NOT owned by everyone who has other Nero programs. Many people have "Nero Burning Rom" because it came free with a burner that they bought. I purchased the complete suite of DVD burning programs from Nero, and this program came with it. I started up this program, and chose to "Make a new DVD." from there, I am able to import a video file (including for example any typical .avi file or MPEG file). Once it has been imported, there is a choice to "edit" the video. On that screen, you can then choose to "add an audio file." From there, the program is pretty intuitive. At the end you can burn the thing off to a blank DVD, or you can burn an image to your hard drive, so you can then use it later, with some other burning project.
If you do not have Nerovision Express, do not despair, there are lots of other programs that will allow one to "superimpose" an audio file with a video file. Do a search -- you should find them. In fact, most true video editing programs have this capacity.
Hope this helps,