how to extract audio in iMovieViews : 3879 Replies : 3 Likes : 0 2013-06-27 06:13 #1
I have a video file recorded with my camera. I want to extract audio in iMovie, but I am not quite familiar with this software. Is there anyone who could show me the steps to have my work done?
Gary2013-06-27 09:31 #2
I happened to have made an audio from iMovie several days ago. I hope my tips would be helpful.
First, create a project. Click on File and choose your wanted video in your folder. Before this step you should check whether your video format is compatible with iMovie. The formats that iMovie supports includes 3GP, MOV and MP4, M4V, H.264, AVCHD, DV.
Second, after you have imported your video to iMovie, hit on Share tab at the top of the window. Then you will find the drop-down list box, in which you could choose Export Using QuickTime.
Third, Rename your edited video and select the folder where you want to transfer your video to. Click on Export and choose Sound to AIFF. At last, hit on Export to extract audio from video in iMovie.
Jennifer2013-06-28 00:59 #3
I have got audio from iMovie, and I want to save it to my iPhone. But the problem is that the iTunes, for some reason, won’t import it. I guess the problem could be that my file is large. It is 200 minutes long. Is there possible ways to solve my problem?
AliceParticipant2013-07-29 22:51 #4
I think your problem lies in your video Format because AIFF files are often not compressed. So they are usually large and not easy to transfer. You’d better convert your files to other formats. Mp3 is the most popular audio format and it is compatible with iPhone player. I suggest you use a converter for mac to convert iMovie to mp3. Video Grabber is my recommended application for you. With it, you could try two different ways to convert your files.
Method 1: Try its Convert Video File function
1, Enter Video Grabber website and find Convert Video File service.
2, Click on Browse and choose the audio you have exported from iMovie, then select mp3 as your output format.
3, Click on Convert and your job could be done in a while.
Method 2: Choose Screen Recorder function.
1, Click on Start Recording, and the software interface will pop up.
2, Choose your output folder, and then hit Record at top right corner. Then find Only Audio at drop-down list. When you move your mouse on it, there will be audio format for you to choose.
3, Play your video in iMoive, the recorder could record any sound of it and produce an mp3 audio for you just as you like.
After all this done, you could channel it to your iTunes and send it to your iPhone.