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OnceBitten

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#35348 8-Jun-2009 23:20
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Hi,
Not sure where the best place to ask this question is, so I'll try here
I just downloaded what I thougt were 2 photos from my camera onto the computer, and it turns out they are MPG / MOV? files (short movies).
They are of my band playing, and although the footage is not good (was a dark place!) the actual sound is pretty good.
I would like to save the 2 files as audio only files - is there a way to do this?

cheers

Nick

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  #225075 14-Jun-2009 22:46
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Hi Nick,

Google for a program called Super.

You can drag and drop any file into it and select what you want the output to be, eg select wav or mp3, let it encode and youre done. It's free too and i use it all the time. I use it all the time for stripping out the audio from downloaded youtube videos.,

The encoded files are found in program files/ erightsoft/ output.

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