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Old 2006-08-27, 19:27   Link #1
MasafumiGotoh
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Program that extracts audio off AVI.

I was watching something and it had a song that I really wanted(very unpopular). But they don't have a OST for it. Can Virtualdub do this? I tried it but no avail. Any other programs that can do this?
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Old 2006-08-28, 00:29   Link #2
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http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

Audacity is a freeware audo editing program. It's like the Photoshop of audio editing, except free
You can use it to record all sounds that are being played on your computer.
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Old 2006-08-28, 02:57   Link #3
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I was watching something and it had a song that I really wanted(very unpopular). But they don't have a OST for it. Can Virtualdub do this? I tried it but no avail. Any other programs that can do this?
Yes you can vdub.
Just select/mark the section you want and under the "file menu" select "save wav".
Make sure to use "direct stream copy" under audio menu.
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Old 2006-08-28, 05:32   Link #4
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VirtualDub won't work unless you have the actual VFW codec installed for the AVI file you
are trying to get the audio from, and things like ffdshow and CCCP only include DirectShow
filters by default (though afaik you can enable VFW in CCCP).

I think the easiest way to get any audio from AVI (not just MP3, but even hacks like AAC or AC3)
is to simply convert it to MKV first (super easy using MKVMergeGUI) and then extrac the
audio from the resulting MKV file (again easy using MKVExtractGUI).

You can find MKVMergeGUI as "mmg.exe" in the "mkvtoolnix" package (Google it)
and MKVExtractGUI is available seperate (again Google it).
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Old 2006-08-28, 05:58   Link #5
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In that case, why not use avimux-GUI to demux the streams ?
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Old 2006-08-28, 07:24   Link #6
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CCCP only contains VCM codecs though, not any ACM ones. So it would be useless with audio in this situation with VDub. The best solution would be to use AVIMux GUI as already stated. Simple to use and should have no issues extracting any kind of audio from the AVI.

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Old 2006-08-28, 07:52   Link #7
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If you use a Mac , or have access to one, you can try using ffmpegx. It's a miracle worker, and its free!
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Old 2006-08-28, 09:31   Link #8
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Old 2006-08-29, 19:07   Link #9
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I use virtualDubMod to extract my sounds
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Old 2006-08-29, 20:05   Link #10
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here is an older guide idk if u will find it helpful

http://www.basugasubakuhatsu.com/blo...-video-to-mp3/
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