Help with audio rip from video

I’m new to all this but I successfully ripped the audio from a concert I had in .avi formatand it is in 1 track, but I was wondering if anyone could reccomend a program to me that can split the one track into seperate ones for each song in the concert…thanx…

It has to be split manually. I use Adobe Audtion, it works great.

ok thanx…I’ll try it…

If you don’t need the separated WAV files, you’d better use the “split” function in your burning program to avoid the problem of cutting the tracks to a size that is not multiple of a CD-DA sector.
Feurio or Nero have a perfectly fine “Split” function.

CD-WAVE is a good program to physically split to WAV files avoiding the mentioned problem.

well i ripped them into mp3 format so i dont know how that would work…

I guess you don’t want to burn them to AudioCD, only store them, then…

If you ripped to MP3, it means you don’t care about the transitions between tracks.

You lost some of the information at the beginning and end of tracks, but that’s usually silence, so it makes no difference.
If there’s music since the first sample of the track, then MP3 format will lose that.

You’d have used progs like
ImTOO DVD Audio Ripper , DVD Audio Extractor, #1 DVD Audio Ripper instead…
causing yourself much less pain…

why not use VirtualDub (freeware)? once installed open the .avi file then go to File> Save WAV… then use MP3Cutter (freeware) to split the tracks

hope this helps,

ben :slight_smile: