Extracting audio from movie clip.

  dagbladet 23:53 18 Nov 05

Evening folks. I have a short movie clip that I took with my digi-cam. It is a Quick-time movie file. I would like to isolate the sound so I can put it on a Flash card as a MP3 or WAV file. Is this possible?

  mco 00:24 19 Nov 05

I can't remember the link offhand sorry, but if you do a search here I posted exactly the same thing a while ago and got the problem sorted - so the answer's here somewhere!

  mco 00:29 19 Nov 05

here's one I made earlier click here

  dagbladet 08:47 19 Nov 05

Thanks mco, I could be do it wrong but that doesn't seem to work with 'Quick-Time' clips. Any more folks?

  dagbladet 08:50 19 Nov 05

'doing it'

  Skyver 08:53 19 Nov 05

This might do the job click here

  dagbladet 11:34 19 Nov 05

Thanks skyver i'll give that a try.

  keewaa 11:38 19 Nov 05

This will record anything off your soundcard click here

  dagbladet 12:16 19 Nov 05


thanks but it just turned the audio into one long hiss.

  ashdav 12:58 19 Nov 05

click here
link to recorder shown at the bottom of the linkclick here
You will have to convert the Quicktime file to avi first then extract the audio using Virtualdub or try to record the audio directly using the recorder linked above. Read through the first link and you should be able to sort out something but it might be a bit long winded.

  dagbladet 18:26 19 Nov 05

Thanks i'll give it a try.

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