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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by fscarpa, May 28, 2009.
How can I extract the audio from an MPEG-4 Video File and save it as .mp3?
Open the file with Quicktime and use the extract function. Open a new QT window and paste the audio there. Then you can export the audio.
Interesting. However, I think that feature is only available in QT Pro. Am I wrong?
Might have a look at MPEG Streamclip. I think it lets you extract audio. Not the easiest interface, but a lot of cool features.
okay.... why does quicktime X suck? You can't do that anymore, apparently. anyone?