Greetings Webslinger. I was just browsing the forum and I noticed your suggestion to use Exact Autio Copy to rip music (soundtracks) from (video) dvd's. If I am misinterpreting you please correct me as I am not directly quoting you. I followed the link you gave, www.exactaudiocopy.de, and I read this from their FAQ: Is it possible to extract audio digitally from a (Video) DVD? Yes, but not using EAC and though it’s more manual work. For an unprotected DVD, the only hardware you will need is a DVD drive and a software to demultiplex the VOB files into the audio streams (usually compressed in AC3 or DTS). Then you need a programm to decompress these compressed files (a AC3 decompressor or a DTS decompressor). “Real” Audio DVDs and SACD have a compression scheme that is not yet by software decodeable (MLP from Audio DVDs should be playable with some Creative hardware though). I have several movie dvd's with beautiful soundtracks that I would like to hear apart from watching the movie. Is there a way of extracting these soundtracks?