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    As my sister is hitting the milestone age of 40 soon, I am composing "the soundtrack" of her life... Music, TV show themes and advertisments, quotes and sayings all on a DVD in MP3 format.

    I have found a whole load of Real Player Presentation clips, that I'd like to use the sound on (not the pictures) but do not know how to use just the sound... anyone got any ideas?

    OR I could put a gallery of clips on the DVD - anyone got a recommendation on software that can get the clips to run into one another rather than play as individual clips?

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    how about you use a normal sound recorder (windows has/had one I believe) to record to .wav and then convert to MP3..
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    Not possible. Unless you have a file with a .ra or .rm extension. A Real Player Presentation (.ram) is a metafile. It only contains information on the actual media files.


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    You have to pay for it, but Total Recorder will record any sound your PC is playing. I use it all the time, but it records in real time, so that could be time consuming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stroths
    You have to pay for it, but Total Recorder will record any sound your PC is playing. I use it all the time, but it records in real time, so that could be time consuming.
    Thats what I was thinking too, the windows sound recorder did the same but only a limited time (I believe a minute) at the time..
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    Try using WavePad, it is a sound editor program for Windows. This software lets you make and edit voice and other audio recordings. You can cut, copy and paste parts of recording and, if required, add effects like echo, amplification and noise reduction. And this basic version is free.

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