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DVD Audio Extractor

DVD Audio Extractor is a powerful software DVD audio extracting / ripping tool. It can help you to extract audio streams from your favorite Blu-ray, DVD-Audio and DVD-Video discs and save them as OGG, MP3, Wave or FLAC files. DVD Audio Extractor can also demux audio streams directly to mlp, pcm, mpa, ac3 or dts files. The unique CD Image creating feature allows you to convert DVD to Audio CD or DTS-CD in one step.

DVD Audio Extractor is a cross-platform application runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux (Ubuntu and Fedora). DVD Audio Extractor features on its easy-to-use interface, ultra-fast extracting speed, rich audio formats support, multi-channel capability, resample to arbitrary sample rate, audio preview and much more. It's all what you needed to get audios out of Blu-ray and DVD discs, so that you can listen on MP3 Player, play on PC, record to CD or do anything else.

What's New

8.6.0 (2023-12-22)

  • Update to support Fedora 38 and later. Older Fedora releases are no longer supported.
  • Update libFLAC library to version 1.4.3.
  • Fix a bug on CLI mode that audio stream can't be selected on Blu-ray discs.

8.5.0 (2023-04-29)

  • Release macOS package as universal binary. Drop support to Catalina 10.15 and earlier versions.
  • Update to support Fedora 36 and later. Older Fedora releases are no longer supported.
  • Update ALAC format channel layout for better compatibility.

8.4.2 (2022-11-27)

  • Update libFLAC library to version 1.4.2.

Full revision history since version 1.0.

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The trial version is fully functional within the trial period, so that you can experiment with all the features without any restriction.

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