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Thread: Extracting audio from video?

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    zapjb's Avatar Computer Abuser BT Rep: +3
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    So I downloaded the Pink Floyd reunion vid (wmv format) from Live 8 London. My friend wants a cd of it. I never thought too much of that. Because I got like 30 or more PF albums. So how do I extract the audio? I've seen converting audio formats but not video to audio. Like into I guess to cda format? Looked on the net & here. Would appreciate a name of a simple (free or easy to obtain *wink, wink*) & fast piece of software to do this. Thanks.

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    fkdup74's Avatar Pneuberator.
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    WMV

    if it was AVI I could maybe link a few apps,
    but don't now if they would work with WMV....

    ok, just checked, and I think the ImTOO ripper can do it,
    if you need it lemme know, think I have it stashed

    -edit- FFS ImTOO's site is fucked, wanted to double check
    but they have a pretty capable video>audio ripper if you want to try it
    Last edited by fkdup74; 11-23-2005 at 02:43 PM.

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    zapjb's Avatar Computer Abuser BT Rep: +3
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    fkdup74 if this will work, I need it. Thanks. Anybody else know what will work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zapjb
    fkdup74 if this will work, I need it. Thanks. Anybody else know what will work?
    k I'm double/triple/quadruple checking it

    give you a PM in a few........

    -edit- 'k check yer inbox
    Last edited by fkdup74; 11-23-2005 at 03:09 PM.

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    DorisInsinuate's Avatar Four Star Cynic
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    You can do it with dbpoweramp, you should be able to find the free version somewhere

    and download the Windows Media codec http://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central-wma.htm
    It's hot in Topeka.

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    The low tech way is a 3.5mm jack to 3.5mm jack cable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaphodiv
    The low tech way is a 3.5mm jack to 3.5mm jack cable.
    I can think of an even lower tech way. Close your eyes.

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    Couldn't you google search for "WMV to AVI", use whatever free program you find there and then use VirtualDub to extract the audio from the AVI in whatever bitrate you want?

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    wat's the fuss about?
    just take windows movie maker
    import the video
    drag the video down to the audio slot

    and save as mp3

    no video

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    will you people kindly STFU?
    this is a file sharing forum, yer fuggin off my file sharing

    'course I didn't think of dbpoweramp, didn't know it would decode WMA from a video file,
    else I would've recommended it first
    knew it would do WMA -> MP3, but I know fk about WMV, I don't use it

    and Windows Movie Maker..... teh double snoots

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