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  • actually running the thing
    • The Gecko
      Posted Jul 8, 2012 10:59 PM

      Just to save you some hassle digging through manpages if you go this route, you'd probably be looking for something like:

      ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -ab 320k output.mp3

      Where 320k is the output bitrate.

      Some other useful options to add, but probably unnecessary - ffmpeg will use the same #channels/sampling rate as the source.

      -ac 2 : force 2 channel (stereo) output
      -ac 1 : force 1 channel (mono) output
      -ar 44100 : force output at 44.1kHz sampling (very common in digital audio)

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