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Hi. I've got a music DVD of a live concert and I want to extract the sound file so I can copy it to mp3 and then play it on my ipod. Does anybody know how I go about doing this? Are there any decent free shareware programs out there for OSX that will do it? There seem to be a ton for Windows but few or none for OS X, or am I just looking in the wrong places?

Also, once extracted will the said program split up the concert into mp3's of the seperate songs or do I have to do that with another program, if so what program do I use?

Cheers for any help. Mobe
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I like to use AudioHijack for this, which records audio from a chosen application.
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I like to use AudioHijack for this, which records audio from a chosen application.

Cheers for that. Just downloaded and purchased Audio Hijack, works simply and well, nice program
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Glad I could help
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