September 8th, 2006 - Open Knowledge
Sep. 8th, 2006
06:22 am - Benny Hinn, Zombie Love
A friend asked how to download YouTube videos and record audio from them. My answer's below -- anyone have other recommendations?
What kind of computer does she have? If she has a Mac, she can download the entire video with TubeSock, and capture the sound with Wiretap Pro/Audio Hijack.
As for windows, check this page out:
Scanning through the posts, here's the recipe I would recommend (haven't tried it personally yet, but it should work). I'm assuming that your friend has no pre-existing sound editing software and no money.
* Enter the YouTube URL here to get the flash video (.flv) file url:
* Click to download. Rename with extension .flv
* Play the downloaded file with FLV Player 1.3.3
* Record and edit the sound with Audacity:
A sound recording tutorial is available here:
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