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Vcd 2 Mp3

Discussion in 'Software Q&A' started by ax3, May 6, 2006.

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  1. ax3

    ax3 Cool as a CUCUMBAR ! ! !

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    which software can help me convert or record a song from a VCD 2 mp3 ???
     
  2. bukaida

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    use adobe premier to separate the audio track from the video.Copy and paste
    the audio in a separate track and save it. Use akram audio converter to convert it in mp3.
    note: first save the song with vcd cutter from the movie.This will ease your task rather than handling the entire movie.
     
  3. nithinks

    nithinks True Techie

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    OR U can do other thing,see, its quite simple.

    *Download ulead video studio 9(ITS IN DIGIT DVD)
    *insert video to timeline remove unwanted video,(Except song) and split audio
    *Go to share & there u give "Create audio file".
    *Convert .wav to .mp3 there are plenty of softwares to do this ,and also they are free.
     
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    nil_3 New Member

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    In Adobe Audition go to File>Extract Audio from Video and save the extracted audio in MP3 format. SoundForge also has similar option.
     
  5. mod-the-pc

    mod-the-pc Back to School Mr. Bean !

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    How about using Winamp 5 (have a look at the attachment) !!!
     
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    use blaze media pro if u only want 2 extract audio from VCD instead of using heavy s=w like adobe premeir or unlead
     
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    how is that winamp5 ....34 kb

    for the task o think
    vcd cutter fom jio is the best
    is may be 1 mb with other features as well
     
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    i have a dvd rip movie in *.avi format.
    i want to extract sounds of cars from in it.
    Can i do it form *.avi
     
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    You also can do it with Adobe Audition. Extract the full length audio, then cut the desired portion and save in any desired format.
     
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  10. mod-the-pc

    mod-the-pc Back to School Mr. Bean !

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    That's not Winamp 5, but my idea on using Winamp 5 for converting VCD to MP3
     
  11. Ramakrishnan

    Ramakrishnan The Researcher

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    use cool edit pro. You can rip the music from any type of video file and later edit it too.
     
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    crackalikeit New Member

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    use virtualDub. The free one stop sloution. Open the video file in VirtualDub and Go to File>Save WAV. then later on u can convert the .wav file to .mp3.
     
  13. rajkumar_personal

    rajkumar_personal Ignorance is BLISS !!

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    If you find urself confused with the stuff above.............
    Allow me to suggest a simple way....

    Download 4U AVI MPEG Converter and convert the VCD file to MPEG and then MPEG to MP3 !!
     
  14. Ethan_Hunt

    Ethan_Hunt New Member

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    Its pretty simple if you use VCD Cutter.Just load the .dat or .mpg file in it and cut the portion of the track you require.When it asks for 'Save As' just enter the file name and location and in the list of file formats just select .mp3 instead of .mpg.:D
     
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    the best software for ripping video files to audio format is GOLDWAE(www.goldwave.com)
    just drag and drop your .DAT file into the goldwave window and the whole move will be displayed in the form of wavelengths in the goldwave window
    now select the parts you want...etc etc
    and you can save it to various formats(MP3 .ogg .wav +more)
    jaskaran singh
    LIMITATIONS:-shareware software only limited to 150 moves/actions per session
     
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    Ramakrishnan The Researcher

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    sab se acha software is cool edit pro. It will just take the sound from the dat file and you can save it any format including mp3pro.
     
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