I WOULDNT RECOMMEND YOUTUBE SOUND QUALITY MAN. first off, see if you can borrow the film off a mate or sumin then throw it in a wave editor and chop the bits that you want out of it. also google it, 9 times outa 10 you'll be able to find the audio your after... can be a head thump at times tho.
still having trouble with this. tried recording the clip with soundforge but cant seem to get the sound from my media player to run through SF. and also went intot he actual DVD to find the sound clips in the AUDIO_TS folder and it was empty. :F
No no, you gotta go into your soundcard's options and select the record channel from there. If you have a basic soundcard, click the volume control in the taskbar, and from the up menu view recording faders and select master or wave as active. then record it.
im sure there's an easier way, but i would get a converter (free download, video to audio), convert to an audio file and save it .wav or .mp3, then drag the saved file into edison. tbh ive never got samples using this method but this should work fine. what version of fl do you own man, 6,7,8??
Hi seen your post : and thought this might help you mate here is a link to a mega program i use,,just select the chapter you want,,
it works perfect you can rip audio in very good bit rate sound quality,,
then edit loop with soundforge or what ever you edit with ,,
last ages do all your ripping then uninstall http://www.castudio.org/dvdaudioextractor/
Really easy to do with VirtualDub... It's a video editing program but really fast for things like this, will happily extract a 120 minute wav from an AVI in a few minutes, then you can edit out what you need in Audacity or any other audio editor.