what software do you use to extract audio from video file

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i just wanna know what program do most of you guys use to split audio from video file like say .avi format? reply

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03-24-2005 05:31 PM
hang

For avi’s use VirtualDub (http://www.virtualdub.org)
1. Open the file in VirtualDub, then click file, save wav. That’ll save the audio part.
2. Now go to audio, select no audio. Then go to video, select direct stream copy. Finally go to file, save as avi, and you’re done saving the video part. reply

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03-25-2005 02:07 PM
anonymous
1,580 posts

nice one ...
cheers reply

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03-25-2005 03:40 PM
hang

Hell I’m cheap I use the basic Windows movie maker 2
and I drag the video to the audio part and then I go to save file.

then it saves it as audio.


Basically it’s the same thing. reply

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03-27-2005 08:32 PM
hitman47
280 posts

I use Video mp3 Extractor Pro 2.0 (www.geovid.com) cause in difference of other extractors it has a Batch function. So its much more convenient to extract audio from a group of files, then using the other ripper... reply

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04-28-2005 03:30 AM
Roland Rodger
2 posts

I agree with Roland Rodger.
Video mp3 Extractor Pro 2.0 (www.geovid.com) realy good program and it can help me. reply

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07-28-2009 06:56 AM
dasli
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This is an old question, I think, there are tons of program can do this now.
Just convert video to music format like MP3, AAC etc with Video Converter.
It’s what you want: extract audio from video file reply

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08-01-2009 11:05 AM
henrypopie
6 posts

Usual info, thanks!! reply

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01-03-2011 09:53 AM
Digby hamstersox

I use streaming audio recorder free version to save audio from video as MP3, WMA, AAC, OGG and so on directly. You might try this way here:

http://www.recordstreamingaudio.org/save-audio-from-video.html reply

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06-22-2011 03:31 AM
Edolie

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