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Using Windows Media Player, with a MPEG,is there a method by which I can Save the sound Only?  Thanks!
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by:boom23
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You would need a MPEG Demultiplexer. It will seperate MPEG file into 2 files,
MPV (video file) and  MPA (audio file).  DVMPEG is a good tool for this.
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by:garzajd
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I will agree with boom23 that you will need some type of conversion software to "seperate" the audio from video. Good luck finding any. I have found a free tool that will work but you will have to d/l it and figure it out. The file you want is named "SCMPX" and it is free at     http://www.sonicspot.com/sampleconverters.html
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Here is it, the link for DVMPEG 5.01 http://www.7thzone.com/downloads/rippers/rip_enc.htm
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by:MaxVT
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A really crazy idea... Run the MPEG and record the sound with Windows Recorder or any other sound software from the "Wave" or "All" or "Mixed" exit... should be easier to do than other options but the quality will probably get somewhat worse.
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by:MaxVT
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A really crazy idea... Run the MPEG and record the sound with Sound Recorder or any other sound software from the "Wave" or "All" or "Mixed" exit... should be easier to do than other options but the quality will probably get somewhat worse.
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by:MaxVT
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(sorry for duplicate... Windows Recorder... sounds really bad)
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