|Nov 2, 2012, 05:34 PM||#1|
Moving .Jar files to .Mp4
So I am taking this online class and my teachers upload audio powerpoints in a .Jar format... I am trying to move these into itunes so I can put the lectures on my iPhone/ipad
Does anyone know of a program I could use to change the format into a .mp4?
Thanks for any help
|Nov 3, 2012, 04:08 PM||#2|
Your only option is likely going to be something like Wiretap Studio.
I'd suggest Audio Hijack Pro, but I've been pretty unhappy with Rogue Amoeba's support lately and their blame Apple attitude for a lot of things.
So, Wiretap Studio would allow you to play the audio files from the webpage (since it's java, i assume you listen to it via the web browser) then use Wiretap Studio to record the audio playing in that application (browser).
It does have to happen real time rather than accelerated. But it would do what you're asking.
|Nov 3, 2012, 04:34 PM||#3|
Something else you can try
rename the .jar to .zip
Then unzip it and see if the audio file is contained inside it.
Possible, but you should probably cross your fingers on this one.
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