Re: is there a program that converts video files to mp3 formats?
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I use total recorder
to extract audio files from You-Tube videos.
As for playing DVDs or extracting the audio from these, I use DVD audio
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Sent: Wednesday, January 06, 2016 6:41
Subject: Re: is there a program that
converts video files to mp3 formats?
is interesting. Can you explain more about how it’s done, or where we can
learn to do it? I’m most interested in capturing mp3 files of YouTube
From: Brian Vogel
Sent: Wednesday, January 06, 2016
Subject: Re: is there
a program that converts video files to mp3 formats?
If you happen to be a VLC Media
Player user there is a way to use it to do this. The procedure isn't simple, but
extracting the audio from a video probably isn't going to be with any
Also, VLC can be used for saving
any audio or video stream (e.g., YouTube).
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