How to Rip Audio Tracks from Your DVDs to iPad?
If you’re a music fan, you probably have several DVDs of concerts by your favourite artists. And you may want to listen to the music from these DVDs, say, on your iPad.
In many cases, the ‘soundtracks’ of concert DVDs aren’t commercially available (and even when they are, you already own the DVD, so why pay twice?). Why not rip the audio yourself, and make your own live album from those favourite DVDs?
There are several ways to do this. Some are a bit complex but here’s a method that’s worth trying, which is relatively quick and easy.
Insert your DVD and launch Aiseesoft DVD to iPad Converter. Select the part of the DVD you want to rip; it’s usually the longest title, or the main feature. But for DVDs with several features, you can rip each one individually if you want.
In the Profile Drawer, choose ‘General Audio’ and select .mp3 as the output format.
The next is to set the destination. Specify output folder on your computer to save the output files. Click the “Browse” button to choose the path where you want to save the output files in.
The last is to get the MP3 onto your iPad. launch iTunes 6 (or later). Attach your iPad to your computer and sync the iPad with iTunes. If you’re connecting your iPad for the first time, you’ll need to name it, and choose how you’d like to manage your music and video. Check the option “Automatically sync songs and videos to my iPad” so your music and video from the iTunes library will automatically snyc to your iPad. The sync may take a few minutes. When syncing is done, eject your iPad and take your movies and music with you.