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Old 09-26-2006, 08:34 PM   #1
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Default Audio Extraction?

I have a few things I want to take the audio off of. Well not take it out, rather copy from.

I have a few music videos, and there is a Video I need to get off youtube of Chris Rock that I need a stream recorder for.

So any idea for either one of these. I have Nero, but thats only good for editing audio, not actually extracting.
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Old 09-26-2006, 08:52 PM   #2
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For grabbing video off of youtube:
http://www.download.com/Youtube-Grab...-10574802.html

To play the FLV YouTube video:
http://www.download.com/FLV-Player/3...-10467081.html

For Video to Audio
http://www.newfreedownloads.com/Mult...Converter.html

Hope they work... Should do.
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Old 09-26-2006, 08:54 PM   #3
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Lol holy crap looks perfect. Thanks alot dude! +rep.
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that youtube downloader thing is neat. I've never seen that before. Usually I just use the videodownloader widget for opera and then RIVA FLV encoder to convert the FLV files into MPEG.
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Lol holy crap looks perfect. Thanks alot dude! +rep.
No worries man,

The only reason I knew about YouTube grabber and FLV player was cause' I wanted to grab Bruce Lee/Other Martial Art clips off of YouTube.

And the other video to audio thing was just a quick Google search away.

Thanks for the plus rep by the way.
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dude Toby! +rep for you man! I've been trying to extract audio from video files for ages. That easy audio program did the trick. Thanks dude!
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dude Toby! +rep for you man! I've been trying to extract audio from video files for ages. That easy audio program did the trick. Thanks dude!
No worries, glad I could help you out as well...

A little off topic, but what firewall do you use? I just ask cause' you have Nod32 and Spy Sweeper just like me. Maybe you use the same firewall too? I use Outpost Pro.
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Ugg.. I gotta crac........ I mean I need to try to ask my parents to buy the full version for me..
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Ugg.. I gotta crac........ I mean I need to try to ask my parents to buy the full version for me..
Lol, well, I could of gotten you that before... But you know, not allowed to on here... so
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You could also use Start>Accessories>Entertainment>Sound Recorder, set the source to your sound card, play it, and record. It only saves as a .wav, though.
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