MPEG-2 to AIF: Extract Audio from MPEG-2(MPEG-2 Video) Video to AIF(AIFF/AIFC Apple Audio) with River Past Audio Converter, MPEG-22AIF converter, conversion
A variant of the MPEG video and audio compression algorithm and file format,
optimised for broadcast quality video. MPEG-2
was designed to transmit images using progressive coding at 4 Mbps or higher
for use in broadcast digital TV and DVD.
An MPEG-2 player can handle MPEG-1 data as well. MPEG-2 has been approved as
International Standard IS-13818.
MPEG.ORG is an excellent source for additional
information on MPEG format and usage.
To convert MPEG-2 video to other formats with River Past software, please
have GPL MPEG-2
Short for Audio
Interchange File Format, a common format for storing and transmitting sampled
sound. The format was developed by Apple Computer and is the standard audio
format for Macintosh computers. It is
also used by Silicon Graphics Incorporated
The AIFF format is uncompressed so AIFF files tend to be large. However,
there is another format called AIFF-Compressed (AIFF-C or AIFC) that supports
compression ratios as high as 6:1.
AIFF files generally end with an .AIF or .IEF extension.
AIFC files generally end with an .AIFC extension.
AIFF and AIFC are standard audio format used on MacOS systems. AIFF is not
compressed. AIFC is compressed.
To encode AIF audio, please make sure Apple QuickTime is
Launch River Past Audio Converter
Once River Past Audio Converter is installed properly, launch Audio Converter.
Click on the "Add File" button on the tool bar. The standard file open dialog appears. Select "MPG - MPEG Video" in its "Files of type" combo box.
Select the file you want to convert and click "Open". The file will be added to the conversion file list.
Note: To convert from MPEG-2 video, you must have GPL MPEG-2 Decoder installed.
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Select output format
Use the setting panel on the bottom of the window to control the output format. Click on the toggle to the left of the "Format" label to expand the panel. Select "AIF - Audio Interchanged File Format" as the "Audio Type".
If you don't see the AIF output option, you have a problem with your QuickTime installation.
You need to have the latest QuickTime installed. Occasionally, QuickTime may be corrupted. In any case, reinstall QuickTime should fix this problem.
You can change the compressor, and depending on the compressor, you can change the sample rate, channel (stereo or mono), bits/sample, and bitrate.
When "16 bit LPCM" or "16 bit PCM" is selected as the "Compressor", the file is uncompressed, and satisfy the original AIFF specification. When other compressors are used, the file is compressed and is considered to be an AIFC file.
Select output directory
Expand the "Output Directory" panel. Use the "Browse" button to select an output directory.
Click the "Convert" button on the tool bar.
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