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Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but here goes nothing.
I got a cartoon file (.mov) that has a sound I want. Is there a way to rip out the sound from this clip, using Adobe Audition 6? What are the steps?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
At 4/17/13 10:06 PM, Elitistinen wrote: I don't think AA can use for extracting audio from video, since it's an audio editor, not movie editor. You can use Windows Movie Maker to extract audio.
How do I do it in Windows Movie Maker?
UPDATE: It seems that the file is in .avi format
At 4/18/13 08:49 AM, Saikex wrote:At 4/17/13 10:06 PM, Elitistinen wrote: I don't think AA can use for extracting audio from video, since it's an audio editor, not movie editor. You can use Windows Movie Maker to extract audio.How do I do it in Windows Movie Maker?
By putting the video in the Audio section, you would only have the audio.
Alternatively, if you have Audacity and you can record using your computer's Stereo Mix, set it to that, record the sound you are looking for and save it as WAV or MP3 (WAV would be better).
Remember, though, that if you're thinking of using it for an audio submission, you can't put it up on NG: this'd only work well if you're using it in a Flash animation or game.
This is possible in Adobe Audition although only certain formats are supported and results may vary (i.e. if the recording is in a different bit-rate than what Audition accepts then it won't work either).
Edit -> Preferences -> Media & Disk Cache -> Tick 'Enable DLMS Format Support'
Once this is done, import your Video/Movie file by dragging it into the files tab on the left hand side of the screen.
I can confirm that AVI's work and MPG's don't work for extracting audio, not sure above MOV files. It's worth giving it a try.