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    CAPRICA

    Before I Leave i would Love to share a one last thing with all of you.
    I have the French Blu-ray disc of Caprica and there is seven hours of music isolated.
    I know it's not the request section but no-one answers my request there.
    How could i rip the isolated score?
    keep it simple please (or not i will managed)
    Thx

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    Sparktank is prett tech saavy. The Dimensioner too. My best advice would be to PM them and ask. I have a sneaking suspicion that even once ripped, the score will have to be edited into tracks....

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    I will do that.. (made th space 1999 complete scores)...will try to get in touch with sparktank THX...)

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    Wow, never heard there is an isolated score on the Bluray.

    This is a step-by-step guide I once made:
    Ripping Bluray Audio



    The following tutorial guides you through the basic process of ripping Bluray audio tracks (up to 7.1).

    1) Software needed:
    -eac3to (general ripping utility)
    -HD-DVD/Blu-ray Stream Extractor (HdBrStreamExtractor.exe) (GUI for eac3to to make things easier)
    -ArcSoft's DTS Decoder (for ripping all channels out of a 7.1 file, without this only the 5.1 core would be getting extracted)
    -AnyDVD HD (for removing the BD protection)

    2) Download locations:
    The following link contains eac3to, HD-DVD/Blu-Ray Stream Extractor and ArcSoft's DTS Decoder. I didn't include a working version of AnyDVD HD, so please have a look for it around the web yourself.
    LINK

    3) Installation:
    -download the archive given under 2)
    -extract it to a place you like [e.g. C:\]
    -open a command prompt (cmd.exe) as administrator
    -register ASAudioHD.ax wih the following code:
    regsvr32 "C:\eac3to\ASAudioHD.ax"
    If you extracted it to a different location, then you have to change the path to the correct location of the file on your system!

    4) Using the tools:
    4.1 Start

    -create a folder on your HDD, where the files should be extracted to
    -make sure AnyDVD HD is running
    -insert a Blu-ray disc into your drive

    4.2 Retrieve Features
    -start HdBrStreamExtractor.exe in your eac3to folder, it should look like this:


    -click on the marked as #1 button and select the BDMV folder of your Blu-ray
    -click on the marked as #2 button and select the output folder you created
    -click on "Feature(s)" (marked as #3) to analyze the Blu-ray for existing movies
    Note: "Feature Retrieval Completed" will be displayed, as soon as this process is finished.

    4.3 Retrieve Streams
    Now have a look at the list:


    I used the Blu-ray of JUNO for this tutorial. There are three playlists. Notice the durations - 1:36:05, 22:34 and 20:24. The first one is the main movie, the rest are deleted scenes and a featurette, probably.

    Hover your mouse over the playlist you like to get more infos to, a small window should appear:


    You can find the following information in this window:
    -number of chapters the movie is divided into
    -video codec, resolution and frames per second, aspect ratio
    -audio codec, language, format, frequency

    -select the playlist you like to get the audio ripped from, the program will retrieve the streams
    Note: "Stream Retrieval Completed" will be displayed, as soon as this process is finished.
    Attention: Make sure AnyDVD HD is activated properly, otherwise the chapter list in step 4.4 will stay empty (on a protected Bluray)!

    4.4 Extract Streams
    Now have a look at the list:


    You can find a chapter list, the video track, all audio tracks as well as all subtitle streams there are for the selected movie.
    Mark the checkbox of the audio file you'd like to get extracted. Under "Extract As", choose the desired output format for the audio. I recommend using the option "WAVS", as it exports each channel to a separate uncompressed Wave-file. Of course, you can also try the other options if you like.

    Hit "Extract" (button #4) to start the extraction process. This process may take a very long time, so please be patient.
    Note: "Stream Extraction Completed" will be displayed, as soon as this process is finished.
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    Sorry, no re-uploads for items older than 6 months. Maybe someone else is kind enough to do it.

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    Very nice tutorial FunnyML but you forgot to hyper-link the download link for the tools.

    http://www.multiupload.com/DCX62AR78G

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoran View Post
    Very nice tutorial FunnyML but you forgot to hyper-link the download link for the tools.

    Multiupload.com - upload your files to multiple file hosting sites!
    No, it's there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FunnyML View Post
    No, it's there.
    Weird, I wasn't able to click the "LINK" but I saw the URL when I clicked the quote button.

    EDIT: I see it is clearly hyper-linked now and with screen caps.

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    Thank you both, will try to work with that!

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    If you have any questions, don't bother to ask. I would try it myself, but I couldn't find links for an untouched Bluray of it on the net.

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    have to translate it in french and in I-Understand-Completlywhat you mean BUT no worries it will happens...

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    it seems my any dvd hd version doesn't work...it stopped on 4.3 and i can't access the 4.4 window (or is it long to extract too?)

    ---------- Post added at 11:02 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:00 PM ----------

    will be a long night but as soon as i will have the wav tracks...this forum will have the music

    ---------- Post added at 11:04 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:02 PM ----------

    is there anything on anydvd i should change?

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    the rip has begun....

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    Bonne chance et bon courage !

    (Et merci pour les covers. je sais que c'est pas l'endroit, mais je passe de temps en temps sur ton site, et tes covers sont superbes )

    "And exactly how many times did he fall out the window ?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by docrate1 View Post
    Bonne chance et bon courage !

    (Et merci pour les covers. je sais que c'est pas l'endroit, mais je passe de temps en temps sur ton site, et tes covers sont superbes )
    merci!!

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    good luck! and thank you!

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    how are these coming along, RDAF?

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    all is ripped and edited, all i have to do is named them...and put them in FLAC

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    the suspense is torture.

    meanwhile, i made some artwork for it:


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    will do my own too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pst001 View Post
    meanwhile, i made some artwork for it
    Me too.

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    nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDAF View Post
    all is ripped and edited, all i have to do is named them...and put them in FLAC
    any chance you'll be finished in the next 24 hours? have a long holiday drive ahead of me and these would be great to have!

    thanks!

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