mattn wrote:I don't know any application that can do this. I'd resort to playing the dvd and capturing the audio with Piezo / Audio Hijack (or perhaps Jack if you want a free solution).
I found this Windows program - http://www.videohelp.com/tools/DVD-Audio-Explorer
It runs fine under Crossover, and, I'm sure it would also work in Fusion or Parallels.
I ripped all the tracks from the new King Crimson "Starless and Bible Black" DVD-A from the AUDIO_TS folder to wave files. I'm still a bit confused since the disc has 3 versions of the album: 2011 MLP 5.1, 2011 MLP Stereo, and 2001 MLP Stereo, so I'm still figuring out which files go with which version.
There's a stereo wav labeled L-R that sounds like normal stereo.
The next "stereo" track is C-LFE and sounds like it is the center and sub tracks.
The next file is labelled Lf-Rf-Ls-Rs and has 4 mono tracks in it, which is guess is left/right front and left/right surround.
Finally, there's another one labelled L-R that sounds like the first file.
I would guess the 2nd and 3rd files go together to form the 5.1 version.
So, now that I have these two wave files with the 6 tracks, what do I do with them to create a single wav/flac/m4a file that I can play back through my surround system?