Make sure to create your own folder with your network ID (abc123) under D: Drive.
If you want to extract the sound from a video that's on a DVD media, please first extract the video from the DVD; for that purpose, please refer to this guide.
Open TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 6 under VIDEO folder on the desktop.
Be careful not to open TMPGEnc Authoring Works, they have different uses.
Select New Project, then select the video file from which you wish to extract the audio in the pop-up window.
Formatting and Encoding
A new window will pop up with the selected video clip displayed. If you wish to crop the video, please refer to our Audio and Video Editing Guide.
Click OK in the right bottom corner to close the pop up.
Click on the Format tab and choose the intended output format of the audio file; usually, keeping the default setting (WAVE Format, 44100Hz 16bit Stereo) is good.
Select Encode tab, choose the destination (your folder under D:\ drive) and the name of your output file using the Browse button, then click Start to extract the audio. The file should appear in your folder.