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Old 04-23-2008, 05:40 AM   #1
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In Edius/procoder is there a way to extract the audio from a dvd to a mp3 file?

My church gave me dvds from several services and asked if I could extract the audio to a mp3 file for posting on the church web site?

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Old 04-23-2008, 05:48 AM   #2
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it depends who created the DVD and how

if diskcapture can capture it, then you can export to mp3

in Procoder, you should also be able to load the vob (the first large one in the set) and then output to mp3
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Old 04-23-2008, 06:04 AM   #3
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Thanks Anton... The problem is that they want it edited down just to the sermon. I was trying to find a way to take it into edius and then find the place where the sermon starts and ends without all the music.

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Use disc capture to rip it to your HD, Place it on the timeline, select IN and OUT points of each sermon, render out to MP3.
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Actually I did not find any direct MP3 out put from procoder express, only WMA as Web Compatible audio format.

A work around is to export to wave from time line and then use Procoder Express (or other free converter) to convert wave to MP3.
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Old 04-23-2008, 06:47 AM   #6
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in that case, let Procoder export the audio from DVD to wav

then edit in Edius and export to mp3

the way I do it

1. I open tmpeg 4 Xpress
2. load the VOB
3. go to cut-edit timeline and set in and out while scrubbing and listening to audio
4. export to mp3
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I Prefer to have A Visual search when I need audio (multiple selections) from video clips, for me it just works faster, but Anton's method also works fine.

Disc capture and procoder extraction to wav works with almost similar speeds.

Just use what ever method suits your work flow, and software available.
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by visual search, do you mean waveform? tmpeg 4 shows the audio waveform and you can hear the audio while playing or scrubbing

however, if there are several sections drom the DVD that need to be extracted and joined, I would do it all in edius timeline
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By Visual I mean footage (video) and Sound, to see a Audio waveform is basically a must for any application.

If you only need 1 audio part of a video clip it's easy to find looking at a waveform, when you need multiple parts it's often faster / easier if you can preview also the video footage for reference, to make out "where" you are in the clip, instead of guessing in a audio waveform.

Not everyone uses tmpeg 4 ........
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Thanks guys you always come to my rescue

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