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Audio Stripping from Video Sources?

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by tummy_man, Jan 25, 2004.

  1. tummy_man

    tummy_man Member

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    Hi, Is it possible to strip audio from a VCD? (.dat files) Like, for example, i have a Movie PLaying and there's a certain part of the movie i would like to capture the sound, is it possible? What are the tools i need? And how do i go about doing it.

    All responses are appreciated, Thanks for your help
     
  2. andmerr

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    HI have a look at TMPGENC.Also the guides section maybe worth a look.Since i bought a dvd burner i havent been back to ripping vcd's in a while but i did create an audio book using Tmpgenc.The problem you might have after getting the file is that it may come down in an mp2 format.You will require a mp2 to mp3 converter like accoustica to fix the prob.If you have the money maybe also take alook at the sound forge / sonic foundry series of programs.

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    I got Virtual Dub Installed, I heard it could Split Audio from Video. Is there any way i could choose which part of the movie i wanna split audio?
     
  4. Praetor

    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    1. Open up the MPG/DAT file using VDub
    2. Audio --> Full processing mode
    3. Audio --> Compression --> None (or PCM)
    4. File --> Save as WAV
    5. Encode the WAV file as MP3 or whatnot.
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    Thanx Praetor,
    but the problem is, Is there anyway i could only record sound from a Certain Part oF the movie?
     
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    This is simple: use these two buttons to set start and end point of selection - choose Audio - Avi Audio - Full Processing Mode. Then Choose "Save Wav" that's it...

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