Removing Audio from MP2 recorded TV file

  Esc4p3 14:52 21 Dec 07

Hi, I have recorded a couple of TV programs which I would like to listen to on my MP3 player (mine is an audio only player, no video).

Is there a way of splitting the audio out from the TV recording. I cannot use record 'what you hear' as this is not enabled on my PC (Vista + Creative X-Fi).

I have a Hauppage USB Nova Stick TV recording device. Any idea's anyone?

  Les28 15:30 21 Dec 07

You could try this one AoA Audio Extractor it's free
click here

or maybe Audacity or Super Converter they're freeware as well

  Esc4p3 17:05 24 Dec 07

Thanks Les, I downloaded AoA and it did a cracking job of removing audio on the file that was recorded using the Hauppage software, so thanks for the recommend. The video was around 1gb, and it created the MP3 track in about a minute. However, the tv recorded with media centre would not convert, has anyone got any suggestions as to why. Thanks.

  Les28 20:49 24 Dec 07

Am glad it worked OK for the Hauppage software recorded files, I'm only guessing here that your Hauppage files are saved as mpeg2 video files while WMC saves as a DVR-MS file type and maybe AoA audio extractor can't extract audio from that type of file.

Just been looking at a free 15 day trial of a converter for DVR-MS to mpeg2
click here

maybe if you converted the DVR-MS to mpeg2 and then used AoA to extract the audio from the mpeg2 it may work. Maybe someone with more knowledge of DVR-MS and WMC may help out, worth a try though, Les.

  MCE2K5 21:22 24 Dec 07

Super, This will do it, click here.
Download from mirror download - 26.8MB

  MCE2K5 21:27 24 Dec 07

Just tried it for you, It works a treat.

  Esc4p3 11:30 27 Dec 07

Just got around to looking at posts after chrimbo. Thanks the posts guys, will download Super and try at the weekend, it looks just what I need. Big thanks :-)

  Esc4p3 13:31 09 Jan 08

I downloaded Super, but I cannot make head nor tail of it! Instead I realised that my roxio 9 supports DVR-MS files, so used it to convert to .mpg and extracted the necessary audio. Thanks any way, ticking resolved now.

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