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Is there any whay to pull opening themes from AVI? I was trying to get the OPs from Final Exam Kujira, when my computer crashed, and was acting glitchy... (Thank od for system restore! ^.^!!!!)
(I also tried buying from stores, but to no luck... as well as buying online... My parents feel buying something over the box is evil.... >.<)
If there isn;t any way, does someone have it? O.o
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With that, you can open an .avi file, go to the stream list, and export the audio as a .wav file
Then all you'd need to do is convert it to whatever file type you prefer, and maybe cut out any extra audio somehow, for example if you exported the audio for the whole episode instead of just the intro...
I use Audacity for any audio editing, and it sorta works as a converter too. I usually open the .wav file, clip out the extra parts, and then export it as an .mp3 (I think it requires a plugin though, LameMP3 encoding or something...)
btw, both programs are completely free (and so is the LameMP3 thing, if you do need it...)
That's how I do things... There's probably other, more convenient methods out there, but I use both programs for other reasons too, and so I just make use with what I have instead of grabbing some other program or whatever...
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I'm not sure if they still offer a minimally crippled evaluation version or not -- back when I downloaded it years ago, it allowed you to do 150 commands each time you ran the program before you would have to restart the program... and the task you'd use it for only takes about two commands. I actually ended up buying it and use it for everything from making MP3s from CDs to producing podcasts to mastering albums.
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