The ffmpeg command is very simple, just ffmpeg -i <mp4 file name> <wav
file name> and that's it. I have never tried this on Windows, so I
have no idea on how this works under that OS.
On Fri, 26 Jun 2020 19:17:42 -0400,
JM Casey wrote:
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Try audacity. You may have to install the ffmpeg library separately. The
latter has a command line interface that you could use and cut audacity out
of the equation (I think) but, it's a bit complicated. :D
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Judy Redlich
Sent: June 26, 2020 6:45 PM
Subject: Converting mp4 files to either .wav or mp3 files
Which is the best free accessible software to convert mp4 audio files in to
mp3 or wav files.
2nd question: Is there a software that strips mp4 audio from a video mp4
file that converts them to either .wav or mp3?
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