Do you want to extract the audio track or audio clip of a DVD and playback it on your MP3 or other audio players? All you need is a DVD audio extractor. DVDFab DVD Ripper is an awesome DVD audio extractor that can extract audio track/audio clip from DVD titles and convert the audio to formats like FLAC, M4A, AAC, MP3 and more. It is fast and easy-to-use, and the whole process only requires several mouse clicks and a few minutes. Read on to learn how to extract audio from DVD video.

Step 1: Load the DVD source

Run DVDFab 10, choose Ripper module and load the DVD source according to the instruction on the main interface.

If you want to extract an entire audio track, please skip Step 2, and go to Step 3. To extract audio clip, read Step 2 to learn the right operation.

Step 2: Choose a video format and trim the video

Go to the profile library at the top left corner and click Format > Video > General to choose a video format randomly. Then click the “Editor” icon to go to the panel where you can trim the video. Click “Trim” tab, and then you can drag the start tab and end tab below the video timeline to trim out the video (audio) part you don’t want. After the work is done, click “OK” button to go back to the main interface.

Step 3: Choose an audio format

Go to the profile library at the top left corner and click Format > Audio to choose an audio format you want.

Step 4: Customize your audio

When the DVD source is loaded in, the main movie title will be selected by default, but you are able to choose other titles here. You also are empowered to change the title name and choose the audio track you want. You can also click the “Advanced Settings” panel to set the audio parameters.

Step 5: Select a directory and start the conversion process

Click the “folder” icon to select a directory to save the output audio and then you can hit the “Start” button to start the process of extracting audio from DVD.

DVDFab also provides video converter solution for users to convert video to PS3, iPhone, iPad, Samsung, LG etc. devices, and MP4, FLV, WMV etc. formats.