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Convert Handbrake Video to Audio


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Howdy all,

I have a bunch of video lectures that I would like to put on my iPhone to listen while in the car and at work. I have all ready ripped the DVDs using Mac the Ripper and ran them through Handbrake. I have the videos, but they eat up too much space and I won't be able to watch them -- just listen to the audio. So, how do I go about getting only audio? Preferably a free method, but I guess any answer would be outstanding!

PS I am new here, but have lurked around the forums for a while. I'm glad to be here!


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You didn't say, but I'm going to assume you mean that you now have a series of MP4-format video files?

If so, you can open them in almost any video-supporting program and "save as" just an audio file. Quicktime 7 Pro (which you may have) will do this, as well as MPEG Streamclip (free).

Here's how it would look in MPEG Streamclip:

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Thats a good post chas. unfortunately i cant rep you again, so just saying well done.

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Very helpful, thanks! I added to your rep, so no worries.. you did great!
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