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Someone might well come up with a more elegant way of doing this, but until they do I just captured the soundtrack of an FLV file this way:


[1] Clicked Video > Copy and Convert Video, which opened Video Copy & Convert

- clicked Add Source > Movies [since Web Video seemed to want to grab something which was streaming down]

- navigated to where my downloaded FLV files were and selected one. It shows in the Source section. I left it there.


[2] Went back to the home menu and then to Music/Audio > Import > Capture Audio from Sound Card. This opens Easy Audio Capture.

- set EAC to capture from my speakers

- set EAC to record Internet Audio, separate tracks, then clicked Record


[3] Back to Video Copy & Convert and clicked the little blue "Preview" triangle above my FLV, and it previewed the FLV while the sound was captured.




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