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Splitting an avi file into two files(audio and video)

Splitting an avi file into two files(audio and video)

Splitting an avi file into two files(audio and video)

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Hi,

I have an AVI file and want to split it into two files (audio stream in a .wav file and video stream in a .avi file). Assuming that its codec is installed on my machine, could anybody please tell me which sequence of filters I should use in DirectShow 8.0 to convert an interleaved .avi file into a .wav audio file and a video-only (not audio interleaved) .avi file?

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RE: Splitting an avi file into two files(audio and video)

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RE: Splitting an avi file into two files(audio and video)

Hi,

The simplest way to check it is using GraphEdit. Just Drop the media-file from your explorer into the GraphEdit window. Graph-edit will try to make a FilterGraph rendering both audio and video. It uses a AVI Splitter to split audio and video. Just replace both renderers with file writer Filters (in Directshow filters) maybe you also need to use compression filters to wrtie a stream to a file writer.

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