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Jun. 6th, 2007

I am looking for (and not having any luck) Rachel Ray sound clips. Preferably decent quality .wavs . Think "event sounds" but with Rachel Ray saying things.

I found a sound board but since it's Flash I have no idea how to reverse engineer it into the parts I need (and it was done by a fan so it's ll pretty innocuous). I found a great background image, but am definitely at a loss with the sound clips.

Would it be possible to use one of those YouTube download apps to download a video clip and then pull out the sound in a video editor? Not that I would be doing that (because that is definitely not my arena) it would be Karl... but is that even doable?

Hmmm... This is where I kick myself for not learning more about this stuff over the years.

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umbrella
Jun. 6th, 2007 05:03 pm (UTC)
Don't know much about it really but there are simple programs that just record all sound ouputted by your pc. So run the clip and it'll record to wav/mp3 etc.

Remember to turn off background sounds, obviously.

mindspread
Jun. 6th, 2007 08:27 pm (UTC)
There are Flash decompilers out there. Like this one (http://www.eltima.com/products/flashdecompiler/) that may suit your needs. I've never used one, but the one I liked to says you can pull audio and save it as WAV or MP3. I don't know if the trial version is limited in anyway, but it's worth a try.
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