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    Audio Theft

    not quite.


    i need some assistance, there is some live tracks that i've been after for for a while. well now i've got them of a fashion, the problem is that they within a video file. is there any way or any prog that could rip the audio from a video file?


    just in case, i haven't lost me marbles, just found some pink floyd reunion material that i wanna put to mp3 for my car/van

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    Re: Audio Theft

    depends on the video format

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    Re: Audio Theft

    You want a 'demuxer'.

    I'm fairly sure VLC can do this. There is a good chance http://www.virtualdub.org/ can too.
    Both will need to be able to read the video format though, as above. So use FFDShow with them (more so if its an obscure format)
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    Re: Audio Theft

    yeah, most of the time it IS possile - it's just harder with some containers than other. avi or mpg is simple, others less so

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    Re: Audio Theft

    Aye - Worst case scenario - play the file and record with audacity or similar. Only problem is that it needs to be done in realtime.
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    Re: Audio Theft

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent View Post
    Aye - Worst case scenario - play the file and record with audacity or similar. Only problem is that it needs to be done in realtime.
    nah, should never be neccessary - it's just you leave the land of nice easy tools like avidemux once you want to rip audio from, say, an MMS stream

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    Re: Audio Theft

    I did say worst case - give me some credit
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    Re: Audio Theft

    it's an avi file, so atl least it can be done.

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    Re: Audio Theft

    Grab a copy of audiocity (freeware) set it to record what you hear, play the movie/film/whatever and record it will record what you hear simple and easy done it a few times myself tbh.

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    Re: Audio Theft

    Quote Originally Posted by daza View Post
    Grab a copy of audiocity (freeware) set it to record what you hear, play the movie/film/whatever and record it will record what you hear simple and easy done it a few times myself tbh.
    100% the worst way to do it

    it's an AVI file. it's got the audio stream in it, right there. literally. open it in avidemux, click audio, then save. done, you have the audio stream without any recompressing or converting required

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    Re: Audio Theft

    Daza - thanks for that - while it may not be the best way for Suicidal's application - looks like a good way for recording streaming audio. (I've played with Audacity a bit - but only with pre-existing files - not with live audio)
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    Re: Audio Theft

    Did you not read my #5 post then Peter?

    As for steaming audio - there are many applications that will capture the stream "bit-perfect" (as in, the actual data stream from the internet). Using one of those is far far better.
    There are some that will even separate the tracks and tag them for you

    The 'record what you hear' should really be a last resort.
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    Re: Audio Theft

    found a little freeware prog called AoA audio extractor. simple little prog, just point it at the avi and it rips the audio into mp3 which is all i wanted it to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent View Post
    Did you not read my #5 post then Peter?

    As for steaming audio - there are many applications that will capture the stream "bit-perfect" (as in, the actual data stream from the internet). Using one of those is far far better.
    There are some that will even separate the tracks and tag them for you

    The 'record what you hear' should really be a last resort.
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    Re: Audio Theft

    Oh lol, I wasn't hinting at that

    To try and make up for it - try http://streamripper.sourceforge.net/ for stream recording.
    Mainly aimed at shoutcast, but I've read it can do others....not that I've tried.

    What stations do you listen too btw?
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    Re: Audio Theft

    No I know (but a little thanks goes a long way anyway!)

    Thanks for the link - downloading as I type. Mostly BBC catch up - I do have a soundbridge which streams directly, which some interesting 'stations' on it - time (to listen) as always is the commodity in short supply!
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