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Hello, can anyone tell me where I can download a software which will help me convert video format into audio ones. I have some files in Quick Time Movie format and I would like to convert them to MP3 or WAV format. Even .mov to .rm would be fine, because I can convert .rm to audio.
Thanks for your help.
-- Bojan Muratovic (email@example.com), April 27, 2001
download RAD Video Tools: Bink & Smacker, but i'm having troubles for some reason converting MOV to WAV (error opening audio input file)
anyway, it should work
-- Kalin Nenkov (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 26, 2001.
I've downloaded and installed that program and am getting the same error message as you. Any idea how to fix this? thanks
Murph (Dublin, Ireland)
-- Murph (email@example.com), September 11, 2001.
Quicktime has some type of audio protection on their movie files. I dont think there is a way around this protection, but if I find one, ill post it here. I used Quicktime Pro and extracted a wav file from it, but it was unusable to everything else but Quicktime.
-- Steve (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 27, 2002.
stupid of me to post my name eh? hehehehe..........
RAD Video tools should work. I've done QT5 to WAV. It can also do mov to avi, jpg, etc.....
if nothing works, windows can record. just open up the recording things in the mixer, select the WAVE or MIXER as your recorder, & record in some audio program
-- KN (email@example.com), November 09, 2002.
i converted quick time to wav without any special converters and it works perfectly??
dont know why urs didnt work!
E-mail me , ill tell u how (couldent be bothered writeing it right now) firstname.lastname@example.org
-- Alex Nowecki (email@example.com), November 27, 2002.
The best software is "Cool Edit Pro" but it is not free,you need to buy it first. goto: www.cooledit.com
-- Taz Manian Devil. (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 09, 2002.
Here's the easiest way that i do it. (U need a microphone)
1. Open up quicktime 2. Open up Windows Sound recorder (accessories > entertainment) 3. Place mic near to your speakers 4. Press play in quicktime 5. Press record in sound recorder 6. Sit back and relax while it converts .mov to .wav!
-- Tebbsy (email@example.com), October 19, 2003.
If you want your RAD video tools to work, you must have the quicktime 4.0 not above. Go to oldversion.com and download the older version (remove your new on) and here we go, now you're in business.
-- Ubermann (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 27, 2003.
yes yes, so freakin old! ... but oh well, 3rd time correcting myself...... -play any file (or game or anything) -in recording mixer, select stereo mix/wave -push record in an audio program & voila.... WAV of audio of anything! ... recorded some NOLF game dialogue... 'you need a monkey'
-- kn00tcn (email@example.com), November 10, 2003.
Download I tunes but u got to have an operating system of 2000 or xp and it gonna work for sure
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 16, 2003.
lol instead of using the microphone and sacrificing vital quality, why not just plug your I/O cable straight from your pc speaker output to your microphone input connection. Then play the file and record using microsoft voice recorder... lol perfect quality. simple
-- nox (email@example.com), December 10, 2003.
use the sound recorder method but just:
and change source to Wave Out Mix
-- lowee (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 01, 2004.
I've used QuickTime Pro quite successfully to convert .mov files to .wav files. QuickTime Pro costs about $30 and is worth it because you can easily edit the mov files. All you do to convert is export the file to .wav.
-- Martha Moore (email@example.com), April 06, 2004.