I want to rip the audio out of a few MPEG 1 movie files so I can edit sections of it. I've already tried QT, Protools, iTunes, SoundApp and Soundjam. Some of them will play an MPEG video as audio but none of them let me rip just the audio part back to audio. I did think I could just import a video into protools and then record the output of it's audio to a new track, leaving everything in sync but the only way around it is to literally record it while playing it back in quicktime with the mac outputs going into protools, this adds noise from the mac's £10 worth of dated audio hardware and also means I have to edit out the silence before the recording and then no matter what I do if I edit the audio and then try and sync it back to the video it seems slightly out of time like digital cable used to be before they improved the compression. Has anyone got any idea of a simple way of ripping the audio ?