Hey. My dad got a Timeless Classics (or something) DVD for Christmas/his Birthday a year or two ago. He doesn't watch TV much so he's not around a DVD player that often. He wants to listen to it on his mp3 player that we got this Christmas for him. So I offered to rip the DVD and turn each "symphony" or whatever they're called, into an *.mp3. But I've only been able to turn each title track on the DVD (Composers), and not the chapters (symphonies) into *.mp3's. I'm using Xilisoft DVD Ripper Platinum. So I have 16 *.mp3's now, one for each composer. I guess it's fine that way. But still these *.mp3's are 1 hour+. Is there a program that can detect the pause between each symphony within these *.mp3's and split them up further so there'll be one *.mp3 per symphony, rather than the current 1 *.mp3 per composer? In Xilisoft DVD Ripper it seemed like there was only an option (when you were ripping to the *.mp3 format at least) to turn the Title Tracks into *.mp3's. You couldn't turn the constituent chapters in the title tracks to *.mp3's. So is there a program that can split these mega-tracks up further? Like one that can detect the pauses or something in between the songs?