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How to Extract AAC files from DVD movies with DVD to AAC Converter
Have you treasured some valuable and amazing DVD music videos? Would you like to import them to your MP3 player so that you can listen to them anytime anywhere? However, if you want to listen to that wonderful music from your DVDs on MP3 player, you have to convert them to AAC first. DVD to Audio Converter can help you to do this.
DVD to AAC Converter provides you the easiest and best way to convert DVD to AAC with amazing output quality at a fast speed. It acts as a good DVD audio ripper and editor. It is able to rip DVD to various audios like MP3, M4A, WAV, WMA, AAC, AC3, AMR, MP2, FLAC, and AIFF format. With the help of this smart software, you can edit files by using basic editing functions including audio trimming, audio cropping, and effect audio. Snapshot is also built in.
By setting the sample rate, bit rate, audio encoder, channel, and volume, you can modify the output audio quality free to get the satisfied audio quality.
Next, let’s look at the step by step tutorial and see how to convert DVD to AAC.
Step1. Locate DVD files
You can load DVD folder by hitting the button "Add" or the drop-down list or the button "File>Load DVD folder".
Step2. Select output format
Select "AAC" format from the "Profile" drop-down list as output audio format. Then you can change the default output folder if necessary. If you want to merge different files into one file, you can click the window in front of "Merge into one file".
Step3. Editing and settings
By click "Edit", you can come to a Video Edit window. And you can crop, effect or trim the video as you like. To set the parameter of the output, you can click "Settings" to change the resolution, frame rate, encoder, bit rate, encoder etc.
Step4. Start the converting process.
After you are done with the editing and settings of your output files, you can just press the green button "Start" to begin the process.