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O.P. video question
is there  a program or a way i can take the sound out of a video saved on my computer?

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RE: video question
there is no need for a program you can do it in windows gimme a sec ill find out how

EDIT: double click on the volume icon in the bottom right, when in volume control go to options>properties and clcik on recording and select ok, check the box stereo mix to indicate you want to record from the speakers
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Then go start>all programs>accesories>entertainment>sound recorder.

when the sound in the movie you want to record comes up hit record in sound recorder.and stop when its finished and voila

Traxor taught me that a while ago :P (Y)

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but what if its long like 45 minutes and that works but it also records from my mic too if someone speaks loud enough
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then mute the mic as for long recordings i have no clue sorry
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RE: video question
That method is pretty crappy, IMHO ;)

Use something like VirtualDub to open the video file and extract the audio to a wav file (File > Save wav).

You can find more information using Google. :)
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