[SOLVED] Anyone know how I would rip audio from a video file?

chrono1081

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Hi guys,

I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to rip audio (that I can convert to mp3 later) from a video file. I have the video file in flash format but I can convert it to mp4 or some other format if necessary.

I looked up a few things online but nothing seems to be Mac specific. Does anyone have a link to a good tutorial for this? I have a few different pieces of software that I think could do it like After Effects, Premier, Quicktime Pro.
 

Zwhaler

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Apple's compressor does this, if you have it. Simply output as an audio format.
 

chrono1081

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Thanks so much guys!

I actually ended up figuring it out though and forgot to come back and tell everyone it was solved (sorry!).

There is a part of Creative Suite called "Adobe Media Encoder CS5.5" and I was able to turn the flash file into an MP4 using handbrake (strangely it won't work with a native flash video) and output it to mp3.
 
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