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Old 02-12-03, 01:11 AM
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Ripping a commentary from a DVD to listen to later...

How would I go about ripping a commentary from a DVD to listen to it later (on a CD-R)? I love listening to commentaries, but rarely get the time...I do however, do a lot of driving, and I could listen to the commentary in the car.

Is there a way to do this? Also, if I do get the commentary onto my computer, is there a way to break the file up into pieces (I imagine it's a very large audio file, probably moreso than a CD-R could handle).

Any help is appreciated, and I don't think this should be closed due to 'copyright' reasons, since I just want to listen to my commentaries.
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Hook it up to your cassette recorder.

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