Discussion in 'Production' started by gums, Jul 9, 2007.
hello i was wondering wats the best and easy way of sampling film quotes???
If its a famous quote you can probably get it from t'internet, try this site...
If not, get the film, use a DVD Ripper to rip it to DVD, then a converter to convert it into a wav file. Tis quite long-winded but try Xilisoft programs, thats what I use...
google that ish
thx for ur replies, that http://www.moviewavs.com
site is cool i found the quote i was looking thx once again
hmmm thats a well long way of doing it, what you should do is plug the audio of you dvd player into your computer......
if you dont know how, theres two ways you can do this....
1. if you have one of those scart to phono adapter things, plug it in to your dvd player, connect either a phono-phono lead or a phono-jack lead (depending on your soundcard connectors) and plug it in to the line in on your computer
2. plug your dvd into the telly as normal, plug a jack-phono or a jack-jack lead into the headphone socket on your telly and plug that into the line in on your computer
when youve done that open a wave editor, if you dont have one download audacity (its free) make sure its set to record from line in, then play the dvd at the part you want and record
you can also do this to record anything from your telly
You could also use Cubase sx 3.In the "FILE" menu you'll find "import audiotrack from video file" or something like that ...
O christ, what a load of bad advice.
Search for this answer, I've answered it a million times. You don't need to convert anything or use any cables.
you must get bored of it, even ive noticed people asking the same questions time and time again, why dont they browse previous threads to see if its been asked
no not bad advise, just different to the way you would do it
if them ways work how can yu call it bad advice ????
No, wrong advise. Converting files will take 20 times longer and using a cable will decrease sound quality.
Ripping samples from films is easy as fuck but I'm not going to repeat myself on this.
ok ill do it: have you got a full duplex card? if so, in control panel set 'record' to 'everything' or 'what you hear'. open sound recorder, press record.
hey , coming off this ive a question i hope someone can answer. ive got a few films downloaded on my computer, id like the audio ripped from the film files. the only way i can seem to do it , is burn the film to disk , then from the disc , rip the audio in audio extractor or soundforge. .
can someone please tell me a way to rip audio from a film that is just on my computer as film files. ( havent got the disc so cant use a dvd player etc ) ... oh , and i havent got a full duplex card like what logics talked of ..
cheers people , all help appreciated completely !
are you quite certain? cos i think you do, full duplex just means your sound card is capable of playing sounds from different sources and recording them at the same time
( embarrased ) ... ive just got a laptop man , no sound card or anthing, just what came with this standard piece ...
i will one day upgrade , but any help at the mo would be cool ...
if you cant record 'what you hear'..... you can use my "bad" advise above
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