>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.
You can safely assume that you've created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do. -Anne Lamott
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.
I ended up finding a free program that works great. It's on my computer at home and I can't remember what it is, but anyone's interested, message me and I'll get you the name.