Zepp: need software to rip the different parts of surround sound out of a DVD: TSRTS

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  1. JimmyAce2006

    JimmyAce2006 V.I.P. Member

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    Can someone rip the different surround sound parts out of Stairway To Heaven from The Song Remains The Same for me? About a year and a half ago, someone on the forum did it for me with a different song.
     
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    Isn't it illegal?
     
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    Probably not, and even if it was, do you think Led Zeppelin would care?:laugh2:
    It's not like he's going to make money off it and sell it, anyway. For personal practice use there shouldn't be a problem.
     
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    Previously, someone pulled the surround parts out for me on Celebration Day. My video editing software will not open the DVD since it is read only.
     
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    I retract my original post. :laugh2: My apologies, OP.
     
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    anyone able to do this?
     
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    Thanks. I did download it & try it. It created .ogg files. They will not open with my Pinnacle Studio video software. But after downloading some codecs, they will play with Windows Media Player. But Window Media Player will not save them as mp3 format (Pinnacle could read those). Also, the ogg files are stereo, but they are not surround sound. I need a software that will rip out the front, back, and middle tracks. I am after the middle track because on this particular DVD, there is no guitar on that track.
     
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    anyone know how to open .rar files?
     
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    I got it figured out.......I used DVD Audio Extractor 6.3
     
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    So in effect, you're able to create authentic backing tracks with all the band members present other than Page's guitar? Very cool. :dude:

    Let us hear some samples when you get some work done. Love the sound in TSRTS.
     
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    In a surround sound recording, if the DVD has all 6 tracks, you can use the above software to rip all 6 tracks out or only two tracks. For stairway, there is a track with virtually no guitar, but it also has virtually no keyboards. So if I use that for a backing track, it will sound like something is missing. There is another track with a lot of keys, but it has a little volume for the guitar; just not anywhere near as much as the guitar track. I used my video editing software to blend those two tracks together to get something that pretty much has everything, with less guitar. It will be easy to use it as a backing track & my guitar will be a lot louder than Jimmy's; so his will barely be heard. There are other tracks. There is one with bass only, one with guitar only (helps in picking out some notes when they seemed blurred with all of the other instruments going); there is a track that sounds like it has mostly everything mixed normally. I don't remember what the last one is. But with video editing software you can use any of them individually or even blend some of them together to get what you want. It all depends on what your DVD was mixed with. I do know my video editing software would not let me do anything directly with the DVD since it is read only; and I could not copy it to my hard drive. So I had to use the DVD extract software.
     
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    PM me if you need more help. I'm a sound supervisor and do this type of stuff every day.
     

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