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    4play's Avatar knob jockey
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    im pretty sure http://www.dvddecrypter.com/ will let you rip the audio off the dvd and then just use http://www.dbpoweramp.com/ to convert the audio into mp3.

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    zedaxax's Avatar ___________
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    yes

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    http://www.imtoo.com/dvd-audio-ripper.html
    you can give that a try too j2 if all else fails
    heard good things about it

    though, I have yet to try it,
    so I don't know about it's mp3 support...
    i.e. what bitrates you can do, or what encoder it uses, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j2k4
    Maybe be I'll spend the $14 for the full-boat keeper version...
    well...you dont have to....

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    Quote Originally Posted by j2k4
    Do tell.

    I don't trust K-Lite anymore, and haven't done much of it in a while...
    I havent trusted klite for about 2 yrs now
    I'll pm you with a link here in a few

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    Izagaia's Avatar Her angel of darkness
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    I have not used K-Lite either.

    I still believe that the Kazaa K++ project produced the very best P2P application available anywhere, second to none...

    however, the Fasttrack network, I have found, is pretty much unreliable anymore in quality content. Choked full of maliscious content. One might be able to find some value in it if pr0n or hard-to-find audio tracks are your taste. Maybe...

    My P2P sessions are mostly devoted to finding/sharing good software. Especially the sort that you do not exactly find on retail shelves. Such as Symantec's "enterprise" level products. And for that, I have had considerable success with the eDonkey network. I love how easy it is to post verifed ed2k links here and amongst other sites with users.

    I am all about eDonkey2000 Pro now.

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