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# 41423 15-Sep-2009 22:56
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We took a video of my band playing in the weekend and I've transferred the files from the sony video camera to my computer and burnt them to a DVD. The files are MPG files

What I want to do now is make an audio CD of just certain songs. the problem is the files are 1.2 - 1.9 GB and contain over 30 mins each of footage.

What software would I need to convert the MPG files to MP3 and could I edit the files to select / convert certain songs?

any help would be much appreciated! 

 

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  # 255978 15-Sep-2009 23:04
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Install Super which is a multiple format converter. I use it all the time. Great program, fully featured and it's free

http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html

You can drag and drop any file into it and select what you want the output to be. You can choose to output just the audio stream only. Various options will let you choose the quality, bitrate etc.

Hope you find it useful.




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  # 255989 16-Sep-2009 05:50
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Try

media-convert.com

What's your hardware specs ? I think I can do this on my Mac with Quicktime Pro but to each a tool to suit them :)




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