If you want to convert from DVD to CD, then your best bet is to save the audio as 44.1khz WAV files. Your CD Burning software should then be able to make an Audio CD out of these. Aside from downsampling from 48khz to 44.1khz, there will not be any loss in quality as there would be if you converted to mp3 and then made an Audio CD.
Tx Jlick/All, I will now get off fully conversant and get on with it (and fek it up)!
Using that particular software, you have the option to save as a CD, which is fine as long as all the music fits on one CD. In the 2 cases I have used the software so far, ONE CD would have been too small, and there doesn’t seem to be an option to automatically split it over 2 CDs.
There is also an option to save as WAV. Choose this option. You can then add the files you want to a CD, or split all of them over 2 CDs, or whatever you want, using Nero for example, as you burn the CD.