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post #1 of 6 Old 07-16-2019, 09:23 AM - Thread Starter
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Rip FLAC audio from BluRay?

I have some Bluray concerts with nice lossless audio. Was curious if anyone rips these into Flac to listen to as audio only.

I know back in the day before bitstreaming was common people were ripping movies with Flac audio, so shouldn't be too hard I'd imagine.


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I didn't think about splitting up all the tracks, that would probably be annoying.

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not hard at all. https://www.dvdfab.cn/blu-ray-ripper...ckID=headmenu2 is one example of software that can do it for you.

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I didn't think about splitting up all the tracks, that would probably be annoying.
I have used "Audacity" to split the tracks on multichannel audio only blu-rays and yes it was annoying.
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AudioMuxer is free and has a short learning curve.
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AudioMuxer is free and has a short learning curve.


Excellent thank you. I like free!


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