#1
'Scuse the Of Montreal inspired thread title.

But anyway. I've got a question, for any and/or all techno geeks who are savvy at this kind of thing.

Okay. Hypothetically speaking, let's say I have a video I made on my digital camera. And let's say I uploaded it to my computer. Is there any way I could save just the sound from the video, like in a sound file? Is it possible? If so, how would I go about doing that?
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#3
wow........the more i learn about macs the more they seem to pwn....
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#6
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What if I didn't have a Mac?


just get an MP3 converter
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#7
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wow........the more i learn about macs the more they seem to pwn....


No. Let's not deter from what we have been raised with. Come on now.
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#8
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just get an MP3 converter

I know nothing about MP3 converters. Whatsoever.
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#9
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#10
Is there a method of extracting audio for Windows?
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#11
i did it once.. wait.. no it never worked..
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#12
Yes, it's possible. download Audacity.

Run an 1/8th inch cable from your audio output to your input. Hit record in Audacity, hit play on your computer. There you go.

Make sure that Audacity is set to NOT play audio through, or else it'll feedback and probably break stuff It's a setting in preferences, you don't want it to play the track it's recording, or something like that.