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Old 08-09-2009, 07:47 AM   #16
BobNutfield
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Originally Posted by Ilgar View Post
When the old -dumpaudio failed to work for the .mp4 files, I started using the following script to extract their audio; it seems to work for .flv files as well:

Code:
mplayer -quiet $1 -ao pcm:fast:file=$2  -vc dummy -vo null -channels 2
Here $1 is the .flv file and $2 is the output filename.
I, too, have been wrestling with this to get an audio track into a video I am doing from a YouTube video. This is the one that finally worked.

Many thanks

Bob
 
  


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