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    Hello Guys,

    I have a whole bunch of mod files (25) I that I recorded off my camcorder, but I need to get the audio only off it. I am lost because all I can find are useless trail software that do not help me. I've tried to look for a guide but none are available. Also, I need to edit the audio as well, in terms of removing parts, how can I do this?

    Thank you very much
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  2. Most camcorder mod files are mpeg2 video with ac3 audio

    Editing as a wave file is more editing friendly than mp3 or wma

    You can use vdub with the mpeg2 plugin or avidemux

    In vdub, file=>save wave

    In avidemux, audio=>save (this will just stream copy the audio instead of re-encoding it). Note you can encode it to mp3 by changing the audio sidebar to "mp3" instead of copy

    A free audio editor is audacity. To remove parts, you could select and press delete

    All these tools are free
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    Thank you very much!!!!

    Now another question, I was doing the recording for a group project, so thats why I have 25 bits. Now if I wanted to join them to have a seemless audio, how would I do this?

    Thank you!
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  4. I would join the mod files first. In avidemux, file=>append (I don't think vdub will not append mod files, only avi files)

    If they are sequentially numbered, I think it should append them all automatically
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    Yeah avidemux, however you'll have to manually append them..At least the one's I've tried..
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  6. ^yes in some versions, I think that auto append feature was broken. It works fine for sequentially numbered files in 2.4.4 (just tested it)
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    Just curious, how are yours sequentially numbered?..

    MOV020.MOD
    MOV021.MOD
    MOV022.MOD
    etc..

    This sequence is not working for me...
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  8. Hi t0nee1 - I just tried a 1.mod, 2.mod, 3.mod sequence and it worked for me

    01.mod, 02.mod, 03.mod works too

    I just renamed them MOV01.mod, MOV02.mod, MOV03.mod and it works too .... as does MOV020.mod, MOV021.mod...etc...

    Avidemux 2.4.4 installed version
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    Figures it be that simple, thanks...
    @OP sorry for the hijack....
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    Hey Guys,

    I'm using the program that you said to use (avidemux), and I appended all the files! However, when I am saving the file, it doesnt allow me to save as audio....the only options are save as video or save as bmp, jpeg... I selected save as video and specified audio.mp3 but it is also saving the video....

    I changed the option for Audio to MP3, the video is set as COPY and format is AVI.... sigh helllp
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  11. audio (top menu)=>save

    It will save it as whatever you set the audio sidebar to (e..g copy, mp3, pcm wav etc..)

    or cnrl+alt+s
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