I probably should of put my other thread on here.
How do we grab youtube audio clips onto our harddrive so i can edit them.
There are a few ways. The program Audacity can do that if you set the input to "Stereo Mix". http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
what i normally do is use an online program that lets you download streaming media. for instance, http://www.mediaconverter.org
You simply copy and past the website address that you want the file extracted from and follow the steps and it can extract audio for download.
Using sites like this allows you to get what you need without downloading a program. That said, audacity and real player will do it and both are useful programs that you can use for various things.
1 download "youtube downloader" which is freeware, download the .flv to your hd, then convert it to a soundfile with either youtube downloader or something else.
I have a firefox extension called 'Unplug' which downloads media from webpages, but I think Youtube have stopped applications like this now, as It does not locate any media on YouTube webpages.
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If you use Firefox there are plugins you can use to download the songs
I also use the firefox add on, and it works great. I just save it to my hard drive then edit the audio...
I'm usually just grabbing a few fragments, but sometimes longer pieces. I use a recording/editing shareware program and just record while the video is running. Other than adjusting the levels so the input doesn't peak, there's nothing tom it.