Oddly enough, you can use iTunes to convert the demuxed .mp1 (MPEG 1
Layer 1 Audio), .mp2 (MPEG 1 Layer 2 audio) or .mp3 (MEPG 1 Layer 3
Audio) to aiff which you can then add to your movies and edit
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On 28-Jan-04, at 12:35 PM, Paul Libbrecht wrote:
Oh I see, you record what's played.
There's also Ambrosia's WireTap which is free to do so. This one
records >any sound< coming out of the machine (including new-mail,
beep-for-dialog, etc). Also on a Mac. (it seems to require a
kernel-extension which don't really like).
But, as I said, I can extract the video track as an ".m1v" file and
the audio as a ".m1a" file (so an MPEG 1 audio and video) which
quicktime can read very well (this is done with bbdemux). Just that...
I still can't copy with that!
Exporting the video allows me to copy it (e.g. quicktime-movie, or
It fails for audio though where it stays this MP1-audio encoding.
On 19-Jan-04, at 00:28 Uhr, Arthur Soles wrote:
I use a program called Audio Hijack to access the audio track. Export
the MEPG-1 file as a Quicktime Movie and then paste the Audio track
from Hijack to that file. Not the most elegant but it is affordable.
I am on a Mac.