I found this great YouTube video with a neat sound in it and I was wondering how I could capture the sound from the video and just use the sound for something else??
You can download DVD Video Soft free Studio Manager and free Video to MP3 converter. It can download Youtube videos and extract sounds from them.
n88tr;4228106I found this great YouTube video with a neat sound in it and I was wondering how I could capture the sound from the video and just use the sound for something else??[/quote]
Thats a good question.
[quote=Odessa-86;4228144]You can download DVD Video Soft free Studio Manager and free Video to MP3 converter. It can download Youtube videos and extract sounds from them.
Ahh.. an even better answer. Thanks.
Another possible solution: Sound recording tools: Total Recorder - captures any audio from the Internet, records audio from CD, microphone, line-in, converts any sound formats to WAVE file. Phone recording system.
Thanks, Odessa. I dl'ed the program and was able to dl the video, open it up in the program but now I don't know how to break the video up to get at the sound... might have to visit the program's forums or something. Thanks for getting me started.
MRG, I will look at that other file if this one doesn't work out for me, thanks for the link.
Check out my thread. This is EXACTLY what you want! Very simple to use.
Ok, but when I put my URL into the website there it tells me it's invalid...
n88tr;4228255Ok, but when I put my URL into the website there it tells me it's invalid...
Make sure that you didn't look at the video in the "Related" part. You have to find it without any of that. The URL should look similar to this "http://www.youtube.com/262nkl4nh4"
Windows comes with a program called Sound Recorder that is capable of recording audio played over the speakers.
That or Audacity, if you don't like the idea of using sound recorder.
I have Audacity, I use it for my blog recordings. How would I use that to record stuff off the internet?
Pardon my ignorance, but the only thing I could think of would be to use a microphone and put that against my headphones and run the video and have Audacity capture the sound that way... It doesn't sound very effective, I readily admit though.
Just set the input source (top right, probably displaying microphone at the moment) to "What U Hear", "stereo mix" or "soundcard out" depending on which sound card you have.
If its not one of those try each option until you find it, the great majority of sound cards have them. I suspect that your going to be using a creative sound card, in which case it will be "What U Hear"