Help How to Convert VCD to MP3

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chocomocha
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Help How to Convert VCD to MP3

Post by chocomocha » Nov 30th, '08, 01:32

Hi, i have a karaoke VCD which i want to convert into mp3.

Do you know how i can do this? .. please can u help me!

i want to get to turn it into audio so i can burn it as a cd to listen to on my cd player.

hope u can help me! thank u in advance!

mt877
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Post by mt877 » Nov 30th, '08, 05:42

I assume you are on Windows platform.

TIP: You will not be converting to mp3, you will have better audio quality if you have uncompressed (wav) audio instead.

Here's the short instruction:

Use Virtualdub-MPEG2 to save the audio to wav. Then you can use Nero or other cd burning app you have, create new audio cd,
drag-n-drop the wav file created before with VDub-MPEG. Burn and enjoy your new audio cd.

More detailed instruction:

Tools: Virtualdub-MPEG2

1. Open the ".dat" file on the VCD with VDub-MPEG
2. Under VDub Audio menu, select "Source Audio" and "Full Processing"
3. Under VDub Audio menu, select "Compression", a new dialog box opens...
4. Select "no compression [PCM]"
5. Under File menu, select "Save WAV..."
6. Create a new audio cd with Nero or other cd burning software and drag-n-drop or select the wav file as a track for your audio cd.
7. Burn and enjoy your new audio cd...

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Post by chocomocha » Dec 1st, '08, 14:35

Thank You very much mt877!! :)

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