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Kjennings92

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About Kjennings92

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  • Birthday Aug 21, 1992

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    Mason City, IL U.S.A.
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    Intel i7-10700K
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    MSI MPG Z490 Gaming Edge WiFi
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    G.Skill 16GB DDR4 Trident Z Royal Silver 3200Mhz CL16
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    GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 2070 Super GAMING OC 3X 8G
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    Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 (Cherry MX Brown)
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    Logitech G305
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    Sony WH-1000XM4 (black), Soundcore Flare 2 Bluetooth Speaker, HyperX Cloud Revolver S headset
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  1. I did open 1 of the tracks I already have in HandBrake & the only options I have are: MP4, MKV, & WebM. If I were to encode it to MP4 first, would I be able to encode it to MP3 at least using some other software?
  2. Does anyone know how to Encode just audio to the AAC codec using HandBrake? Would appreciate a guide/how-to considering I haven't used HandBrake very often. If there's any piece of software out there that will do a better job, just let me know! As always, don't forget your questions if you have any for me or need more details. Thanks in advance to anyone who can help! :)
  3. So to check the formats available, do I just enter the links for the track I want followed by -f or something? Sorry if I'm not that great at command-based programs & such...
  4. @AbydosOne OK, I managed to figure some things out on my own, but I noticed that 1 of my tracks downloaded from YT was actually compressed more than once via the way I was downloading it. If i wanted to download the tracks in the AAC format/file type/codec, what would the command be changed to for this? Would appreciate it if you (Or anyone else.) can help me out with this. Thanks!
  5. Hm, Am I going to have to re-download all the tracks I acquired? I should mention I used ClipGrab to get them.
  6. OK, quick question I just thought of BEFORE I try the VLC method: I know all that's involved in this process is you convert the files you want to mp3 & in my case, the artwork & any graphics, etc will be removed. But for the project I'm working on, since I'll be adding my own artwork that I found anyway, should I just convert them to MP4 instead? (Not sure if doing that will remove the art/graphics/animations, but I want a 2nd opinion or so on the matter...)
  7. You know it's going to be a bit hit & miss when it comes to sites that can do this right? No offense, but I think the software-route is the better method, but I'm not claiming to be an expert...
  8. Never heard of avidemux, but I think I'll stick with the VLC method since it was recommended to me. Plus, I've VLC before. No hard feelings.
  9. I'll bear that in mind of course, but I'll try the VLC method first which should just straight up work. Thanks the suggestion though!
  10. I might have to give this a try & see how it goes. But I thought there are better ways of converting your files other than using VLC? I'm not sure if it's the best, but pretty certain I haven't tried converting any files via VLC.
  11. Hm. I was going to say I had to use Handbrake recently in order to get some of these videos to the right file types/formats I wanted. Is it possible Handbrake can simply remove the visuals so that only the audio will remain?
  12. I see what you're saying, but I already downloaded some of the files/tracks off of Youtube first. I just need a bit guidance as far wanting only the audio to remain...
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