Many a times, we have to make do with video files, when the audio songs are not readily available.. Another magical software package in Linux provides a simple, yet very powerful audio extraction technique from video files.
NOTE: Make sure you have both ffmpeg and mplayer installed in your system.
su -c ‘yum install ffmpeg* mplayer’
Now, once these are available, just use the following command to extract the audio :
If you are a YouTube fan, and have always wanted to download the tons of videos available online from Linux based distros, there are quite a few good options available, like Flashgot (Firefox plugin), etc.
However, if you are of the CLI-types, and prefer a Terminal based solution, just download and install youtube-dl
su -c ‘yum install youtube-dl’
And you are done.. now use it in the following way and enjoy 🙂
Its been long since i posted anything.. well to sum it up.. the days went by in lazying around as usual 🙂
Anyways, have been experimenting with quite a few things in Fedora, like setting up CUPS server, CVS server, etc etc.. will be giving a detailed information on these soon.
Also, with Fedora 13 coming up, lots of excitement building up, in and around me! Being at one of the hosting locations for Fedora repo, I am sure going to enjoy “Goddard” much before major part of the world.. IITM repo rocks !
All said and done, i’ll be updating the web-log soon.. till then.. enjoy