How to Extract WAV Tracks to FLAC from Blu-ray/DVD Audio discs?
So how to extract WAV to Lossless FLAC from Blu-ray/DVD Audio discs? What you just need is a Blu-ray/DVD to Audio Extractor to rip Blu-ray disc and convert DVD video files to FLAC at high quality. Here Pavtube ByteCopy for Windows and for Mac is recommended strongly.This professional Blu-ray/DVD to Audio Extractor could convert Blu-ray/DVD audios to lossless FLAC audio format with fast speed.The wonderful Blu-ray/DVD to Audio Extractor provides the functions to trim audio footage and merge several audio segments into one file. Of course, it also enables you to output other audio formats, like MP3, AAC, MKA (MKA(Matroska) Audio), OGG. (Read the reasons for choosing ByteCopy.)
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How to extract extract WAV to Lossless FLAC from Blu-ray/DVD Audio discs?
Step 1: Load DVD/Blu-ray disc
Run this DVD/Blu-ray converter on PC, and import your DVD/Blu-ray audios by clicking “File” ＞ “Load from disc.” The small window on right side allows you to preview DVD/Blu-ray movie before conversion.
Step 2: Choose output format
Here click the format bar to follow “Common Audio” and “FLAC-Free Lossless Audio Codec (*.flac).” as the output format.
Tip: If you only want a part or segment of audio from Blu-Ray/DVD audio discs, you can use the “Trim” feature to trim a audio part in video editing windows.
Click the red button on bottom-right corner to realize conversion from high fidelity Blu-ray/DVD to lossless FLAC for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV.
Extracting WAV to FLAC delivers a saving in file size over the untouched original track across the board. And FLAC is the best and the most suitable audio format for Apple devices.