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I found a You Tube video that has the perfect intro music I want to use in an iMovie. It's only 51s of the six minute song. I don't know how to get hold of the author. My question is how can I capture this snippet without having to learn some new software program.

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download the video, extract the audio (MPEG Streamclip) then trim it with audacity or garageband. then get hold of the author and make sure your allowed to use it

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If it's on YouTube, can't you just email the person who posted it to get permission? If it's not yours and you can't reach the author, I wouldn't use it in anything other than private projects for your own use.

You can use Tooble or Get Tube to download the video. As mentioned, MPEG Streamclip has a quick and easy way to demux audio and video.
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If it's on YouTube, can't you just email the person who posted it to get permission? If it's not yours and you can't reach the author, I wouldn't use it in anything other than private projects for your own use.

You can use Tooble or Get Tube to download the video. As mentioned, MPEG Streamclip has a quick and easy way to demux audio and video.
if you use Safari, you can use the "FastestTube" extension to add a download tab to your options or on a youtube page.
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or instead of wasting disk space with an app to download it, go into activity view in safari, and download it from the cache.

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or instead of wasting disk space with an app to download it, go into activity view in safari, and download it from the cache.
I used to do that, but using the safari extension is SO much simpler and the disk space use by the small file is miniscule.

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flash blocker does it too, if you right click on the video.

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