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Old 10 Aug 2006, 11:21 AM   #1
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Don't know if this is possible.

I have an E-CD that has an interactive MOV file, with some audio on it. This includes some rare instrumentals and stuff.

I could always record it but is there some way to "demux it"? The thing is that it's interactive, not like an actual movie.
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Old 10 Aug 2006, 03:35 PM   #2
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try YAMB for a start
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Old 11 Aug 2006, 12:11 AM   #3
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"unable to open ALECD.MOV, invalid IsoMedia file"

That's under extract.

I'm pretty sure I don't want Mux.
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either update mp4box (download and replace old exe in yamb folder) or use avidemux
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Um, isn't AVIDemux for AVIs?
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it's not limited to avi
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YAMB did the same thing, downloading avidemux.
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avidemux can't open it either :O
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Hi drf,

Someone told me about CDex; I never used it, but you might want to have a look at it;

http://sourceforge.net/projects/cdexos/

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i don't know where you get these files drf, no wonder your PC acts up so often

well this should work, create an avisynth script,
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directshowsource("c:\path\file.mov")
open in virtualdub, extract audio (will be lpcm, you'll probably want to encode afterwards)
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anon I got it from a CD.

Weird Al - Poodle Hat to be exact. And yes I own the CD.
And it's an INTERACTIVE MOV, meaning you can click, like a mini-DVD.
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OK in VDubMod it got the main movie only, not the "extras" if you will.
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meaning you can click, like a mini-DVD
odd, sounds like flash content to me. not aware of anything to demux such content, possibly quicktime pro.

avisynth is probably the best you can do for free
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Hmm.

A friend has QT Pro maybe I will try it on his PC

and it is called ALECD.MOV, so it's a .MOV, but could have "flash" content.

It is called an E-CD meaning it's interactive, I would just like to extract the bonus songs in there without having to record through soundcard.
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OK, I tried it in Ulead Video Studio, and it opened like an hour long thing with all the extras in a row. So currently I am using mark in and out and saving it as a WAV.
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