Part 1: Using Virtualdub to extract the audio track

Part 1: Using Virtualdub to extract the audio track

Open up Virtualdub and select file->open video file… (by the way, if the images are too small, click on them to view them full size)
MP3 Tutorial 1.jpg

Next, select the video file you want to make the MP3s from. For an example, I’ll be using Shinigami no Ballad.

MP3 Tutorial 2.jpg

Finally, click on file->save WAV, and select a location and a name for the audio file.

MP3 Tutorial 3.jpg

Now we have an audio file of the whole show. We’ll need to use Audacity to select the parts we want (in this case, the Opening and Ending song).

Go to Part 2: Using Audacity to encode the OP and ED.

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