>Off the Beaten Path>Audio Extractor
Anybody know if an affordable program that extracts audio files from video? I downloaded a free product that worked great, but it has an over-voice that comes on every minute or so indicating it's a free program and not for commercial use. This interferes with the audio I'm transcribing.
Leslie Living and Running Behind the Redwood Curtain -------------
Trail Runner Nation
2018: Mendocino Coast 50k - April 21
Command line methods:
ffmpeg is available for Linux, Windows, Mac.
Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject. - S.J.
Miles to Go
Are you talking about Youtube videos? Google "youtube to mp3"....
If not - upload your video to Youtube (you can keep it private) - and then use a "youtube to mp3" site.
See how they run...
AoA audio extractor. free version. windows.
Not sure if is what you need, but check out the Moo voice recorder - I use it all the time for transcribing in conjunction with the Amazing Slowdowner. they also have a YouTube/video recorder.