How to rip audio from a DVD to Audio CD
Paul videoed Sevenfold's recent performance and created a really nice DVD for all the band members.
Jane doesn't have a DVD player however, so I used these instructions to burn her an audio CD.
Additional comments 2nd Jan 2008
Things didn't go as smoothly as I'd hoped. My DVD burner came bundled with ULEAD Burn.Now. I wanted to add CD-TEXT track info which Burn.Now supports. However after I burned the CD and tested it, I discovered that some of the tracks had been messed up. The track times were correct, but the content had been messed up. Jumping to track 4 played the content that was actually half-way through track 2. Very weird.
I read that WinAmp supports CD-TEXT, but after trying it out, discovered that it only supports reading CD-TEXT, not writing it.
As a last resort, I grabbed iTunes, and it did the job, though it could only add CD-TEXT for each individual track - I didn't see a way to add info about the album as a whole.