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    Two questions;

    1) I have a live concert in video, how can I extract just the audio into MP3 so I can put it onto my MP3 player?
    2) I've downloaded some albums that are just one big MP3 and with a .CUE file containing the track listings and times. How can I split my big MP3 into the 20 or so songs on each CD and have them automatically titled/tagged using the information inside the .CUE file?

    Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Peerzy View Post
    1) I have a live concert in video, how can I extract just the audio into MP3 so I can put it onto my MP3 player?
    what file format is the video in? is it a avi file, vob dvd video, or something else?


    2) I've downloaded some albums that are just one big MP3 and with a .CUE file containing the track listings and times. How can I split my big MP3 into the 20 or so songs on each CD and have them automatically titled/tagged using the information inside the .CUE file?

    cuesplitter will do it for you:
    http://www.enfis.it/downloads.php?cat_id=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by lysine View Post
    what file format is the video in? is it a avi file, vob dvd video, or something else?


    2) I've downloaded some albums that are just one big MP3 and with a .CUE file containing the track listings and times. How can I split my big MP3 into the 20 or so songs on each CD and have them automatically titled/tagged using the information inside the .CUE file?

    cuesplitter will do it for you:
    http://www.enfis.it/downloads.php?cat_id=1
    Thanks i'll try cuesplitter now. As for the video file it's .mpg. GSpot says the video codec it uses is MPEG2_Video and the audio is MPEG-1 Layer 2.


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    to save the audio, try this:
    http://www.videohelp.com/tools?tool=Virtualdub-MPEG2

    file > open video

    audio > full processing mode

    file > save wav


    you'll have to convert the wav file to an mp3.

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    I use Adobe Audition.

    I would throw it in there. Then it will demux the audio from the video.

    Then watch the video and write down when the song changes, and splice the original audio track accordingly.

    The export as mp3 with whatever bit rate you choose

    Then just mass tag em using winamp.
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