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Old 04-07-02, 08:46 PM   #1
Crazy Aoshi
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Possible to take a .wav from a DivX file?

I have a DivX file and would like to take a brief bit of audio from it and make it into a .wav file. Is that possible, and if so, how?

I am using windows XP. Thanks.
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Old 04-07-02, 08:56 PM   #2
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Download virtualdub and open the DivX file with it.
Crop the DivX file to the section of audio you want.
Make sure 'direct strem copy' is selected under both the video and audio menus.
Save the AVI under a new filename.
Open your new cropped AVI file.
Choose Save WAV from the file menu.

That's it!
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Old 04-08-02, 03:06 AM   #3
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Thanks, it worked.
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