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Posts: 5
Registered: 16.05.2008
16.05.08 01:06:32
I want extract music from several youtube videos I have. Is it possible to do with AVS Audio Converter? I have tried to add my videos to the programm, but it does not support this video format.

What did I do wrong? Should I use other program or it is enough to convert my youtube videos to other video format?

Please, anybody help me! :-)
Posts: 1
Registered: 16.05.2008
16.05.08 01:17:03
To: Owlynx
Posts: 5
Registered: 16.05.2008
16.05.08 01:25:47
To: herojo


Thanks!
Dam
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Posts: 569
Registered: 16.05.2008
16.05.08 01:31:56
Owlynx:
I want extract music


It'is also possible to extract audio from video using AVS Video Converter.

1. Load a file into AVS Video Converter
2. Press the button Edit>>Export Audio>>Save

AVS4YOU Team
Posts: 5
Registered: 16.05.2008
16.05.08 01:37:31
To: Admin 1


Ups!=-O It is new for me although I used AVS Video Converter earlier. Thanks!
Posts: 1
Registered: 16.05.2008
16.05.08 05:02:36
To: Owlynx


Try opening the file 'clip.avs' as follows:


--- file clip.avs ----- (AVS stands for AVISynth, not for your compay name :) ---
DirectShowSource("Youtubeclip.flv");
--- file end ----
Posts: 5
Registered: 16.05.2008
16.05.08 05:28:42
To: danx


Sorry, but your answer looks like a music - nothing to understand *SORRY*
Posts: 5
Registered: 16.05.2008
16.05.08 05:31:00
Thanks everyone who answered. I have extracted music :-)
Posts: 1
Registered: 18.05.2008
18.05.08 22:30:53
To: Owlynx


You need the Video Editorr, or _a_ Video Editor.

AFAICS the AVS one does not actually allow stripping of the audio. But when you have dropped a clip onto the actual Video Pane, you can then right click and ask for Properties. In Audio properties you can then set Audio to -50dB, which is inaudible.

The editor seems very slow at creating the new video. I am not sure why.

Nick
Posts: 3
Registered: 22.08.2008
22.08.08 22:47:48
To: Is there a way to split the audio output (either mp3 or wav) into multiple small files (so that we can have many tracks if we burn the audio to a CD)??

Thanks,
Neal

Dam
Administrator
Posts: 569
Registered: 16.05.2008
25.08.08 04:37:12
Hello,

Unfortunately that is impossible to split a single audio file to some small pieces with the present versions of the avs audio software.

But we are working on it at the moment, and the issue is supposed to be solved with the release of the latest version of the program, that will include that feature.

We will inform you as soon as the new version is ready.

Best Regards.
Posts: 3
Registered: 22.08.2008
09.10.08 21:37:29
To: Dam

I just wanted to check in and see when the new version of Video Converter will be available? Right now, it looks like I am running version 6.2.2.287.

Thanks,
Neal
Posts: 34
Registered: 16.05.2008
10.10.08 01:18:26
To: ihunthog@yahoo.com

Hi,
version 6.2.2.287 of AVS Video Converter is really the latest one for today. We are planning to release the next version in a couple of weeks, it is undergoing the testing now.
We will inform you and all the other users as soon as it is out on this forum.
Best regards.
Posts: 3
Registered: 12.09.2008
10.10.08 01:19:26
Is it possible to extract audio from a video, and not recompress it?
For example, say we have an flv with mp3 audio at 64 Kbps - is there a way to simply split off the audio part of the file?
I used Edit/Export Audio, which works great, but it up converts the audio to 128Kbps
Thanks.
Dam
Administrator
Posts: 569
Registered: 16.05.2008
02.12.08 03:32:06
To: PixelDroid

With AVS Video Converter, you can only extract audio (the whole track, or a part).

As for the bitrate improving, please use AVS Audio Converter that will allow you to convert audio between all well-known media formats according to your wish or AVS Audio Editor to perform editing operations.

Best Regards
Posts: 17
Registered: 09.02.2010
10.02.10 10:19:06
anyway to extract the audio from a video file?
We own the video file and want to grab audio only for podcasting.
It's a video of a monthly meeting.
Administrator
Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
11.02.10 00:08:00
To: theMezz

You can try using AVS Video Converter, as suggested by Dam above.
Here is more information about this function.

Or, alternatively, you can also use the latest version of AVS Audio Converter or AVS Audio Editor. The newest versions allow you to import video, edit audio track only and save it as a new audio file. The detailed information can be found on the following page.

Kind regards
Posts: 1
Registered: 05.07.2010
05.07.10 20:46:49
To: nadin


Very cool! One thing I need to do since my lapel mic for my video camera only records in mono is do what you suggested by extracting audio from the video. I can't find a way to duplicate 2 mono's and make them stereo on Audio Editor so I had to use audacity (free software).

What I did there was then select all (Ctrn + A) and then paste. that gives me 2 files. then right click one of them and select "make stereo file" and voila! Import it back into Video Editor and match up with lips (pretty easy) and you're set.

Is there a faster way in Video Editor 4.2 to just make audio stereo vs. mono?
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
06.07.10 01:07:23
To: lancelot916


Hello,

You can extract audio from video directly in AVS Video Editor. For it you should select video file in Media Library and click right mouse button on it, then in the context menu choose Extract audio (see the screenshot attached). After exctracting mono audio to mp3 file it usually has two channels.

Regards.
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Registered: 29.09.2010
24.02.11 17:57:10
I have a a video file which I want to separate the audio from the video, and juxtapose the audio portion onto a different video recording. Make sense? How do I split the audio and video tracks?
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