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  1. I've created a bunch of scripts which can extract video and audio streams from any media

    files.

    In this archive there are a couple of batch files you can use to extract audio and video

    streams based on the mediainfo lite.

    How to:

    1)Install Mediainfo and check your files mediainfo to find in which formats are its video and

    audio streams.

    2) Download and copy ffmpeg to the directory where your video file is.

    3) Now extract the most suitable script according to your mediainfo into the folder of the

    video.

    4) Drag and Drop the video file into it, a process starts, after it finishes there will be two files

    "Video_Stream.(mp4,avi)" and "Audio_Stream.(m4a,mp3,ac3)" they are your splitted

    streams

    Below is a guide on which script to use on which files.

    Note: you should select your script by referring to these in your mediainfo

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    • Video: AVC, Audio: AAC - Script: AVCAAC.bat
    • Video: AVC, Audio: MP3 - Script: AVCMP3.bat
    • Video: AVC, Audio: AC3 - Script: AVCAC3.bat
    • Video: XVID, Audio: MP3 - Script: XVIDMP3.bat
    • Video: XVID, Audio: AC3 - Script: XVIDAC3.bat

    More formats coming soon.

    Please do post your opinions and suggestions and critics.
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    Very good then, thanks!
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  3. How to use ffmpeg

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