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Topic: Is it possible to extract audio from video without re-encoding in AdobeMediaEnco (Read 642 times) previous topic - next topic
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Is it possible to extract audio from video without re-encoding in AdobeMediaEnco

Sorry, but I'm noob: is it possible to extract audio from video without re-encoding in Adobe Media Encoder?

Re: Is it possible to extract audio from video without re-encoding in AdobeMediaEnco

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So it's impossible, isn't it?

Re: Is it possible to extract audio from video without re-encoding in AdobeMediaEnco

Reply #2
I have no idea about what that particular application can do, but you can test it:
* export without re-encoding with ffmpeg . E.g. ffmpeg -i infile.mp4 -acodec copy -vn -sn outfile.m4a
* export to outfile2.m4a using Adobe
* compare the two using e.g. foobar2000 with the foo_bitcompare component.
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