Quick way to extract audio track from video?

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Grandmaster, Jan 25, 2007.

  1. Grandmaster

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    What do you guys use?
     
  2. vertigo

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    the type of video? namely the file extension
     
  3. Grandmaster

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    .FLV (It's a Youtube video).
     
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  6. Grandmaster

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    Thanks guys, that seems to do the trick :D
     
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    what about .avi/xvid?
     
  8. vertigo

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    Avi-mux GUI
     
  9. ~bk

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    Xilisoft Video to Audio Converter is good for files like WMV or AVI. :)
     
  10. vertigo

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    i'm afraid xilisoft (aka ImToo, and about 50 odd others) are ripping off the the wonderful open source ffmpeg project. ffmpeg does all the work, the program is nothing more than a crappy interface. i'm also sure it's illegal software. since it's commercial they should be providing the source code.
     
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