Rip audio from a .mov file


I don’t know how long this has bothered me but I finally cracked it. Here’s the scenario. You got an iMovie file and the audio is horrible. You wanna spruce it up, maybe add special effects, noise reduction, or whatever. How do you separate the audio from the video? iMovie offers no answer that I can find. The answer is so simple it hurts. So simple it burns. So simple you’ll want to lie your head halfway in the garage and on the driveway while you drop and raise the door. A quick Google search turns up hints that Audacity has the ability. (I love Audacity!) Just open the doggone file in Audacity (if you haven’t figured it out by now) and you’ll be staring straight at the visual representation of the Audio stream eager for your editing! Nuff said, write a comment…

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