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does anyone know how can I rip the sound off a video and make it and mp3 or wav file?...'cause I have a video of my band playing Hyperfast(no vocals) and I was trying to find somewhere to host it and put a link to it here...but the image in the video is kinda shitty, but the sound is good...


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pinkpanther666 wrote:
does anyone know how can I rip the sound off a video and make it and mp3 or wav file?...'cause I have a video of my band playing Hyperfast(no vocals) and I was trying to find somewhere to host it and put a link to it here...but the image in the video is kinda shitty, but the sound is good...


assuming you have Windows XP, try using sound recorder and click "record" while the video is playing. if that doesn't work, double-click your "volume control" icon. click "options" then "properties". out of the choices you have for volume adjusting, click "recording". make sure either "stereo mix" or "system mixer" (depending on what you have) is selected. click "OK". make sure it is still selected in your new volume control window that will pop up. experiment with the recording volume, as it will affect how it turns out when you record in sound recorder. hope that works out for you :)

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