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14 Jun 2012  
Gornot

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Get a splitter for that M4V file you got and extract the audio stream from there if you like the quality of the ripped video, as well as audio, then use a program like Sound Forge to edit the audio. It's a very powerful program, THE best on the Windows platform, and you can get a 30 day trial and try to remove the buzz.

I would recommend Audacity, which is an atrocious open-source solution, but Sound Forge is your best bet if you don't actually want to keep using it further than just editing the sound from the DVD you got now. Like I said, you got 30 days, might as well get rid of it once you're done, if you don't want to actually buy it.
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