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Separating audio track for editing as a separate mp3

Sep 10, 2009 7:09 PM

Hi:

 

Have Adobe Premier Elements 4, WINXP SP-3, RAM = 3.5 GIGS, 2 HD'S (200 & 500 GIGS).

I have edited gobs of .FLV download files (from Youtube) and converted them into .AVI fles.

I'd like to be able to either separate or copy the resulting Audio track on some of these and

transfer the resulting WAVE file to something like Audacity to then end up making an mp3 file

which I can in turn listen to in my car's stereo (by creating an MP3 cd disk).

 

I also have MusicMatch Jukebox Plus v 10 and Roxio Easy Media creator v. 10

 

I seem to remember somebody leaving instructions on how to do the copying of the audio

file in Adobe Premier itself somewhere in this forum and would appreciate any help along these

lines.

 

Thanks

 
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    Sep 10, 2009 7:59 PM   in reply to MAMBO_MAN

    From your Timeline in PrE, you can Export just the Audio file. That can be Imported into Audacity and Exported to the format of your choice.

     

    This should work for you,

     

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    Sep 11, 2009 5:41 PM   in reply to MAMBO_MAN

    Don't feel bad. Sometimes, there are easy solutions, that are just lurking - they seem too easy, and we all miss them.

     

    Good luck, and glad that I could help you. I assume that you now have it under control?

     

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    Sep 20, 2009 6:09 PM   in reply to MAMBO_MAN

    Mambo_Man,

     

    Unfortunately, I have only used the FLV Importer for PrPro (version 2.0), so have zero experience with any in PrE, or with other of their products. I have heard that the Moyea plug-in will NOT work in PrPro CS4, at least not yet. I'll be watching the thread, in hopes of learning something new.

     

    Good luck,

     

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