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sharonrose

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ok, i asked this before but i didnt make myself clear. i wasnt sure how to expain it but i think i have found a way.
I have captured streaming video off the net. However, when replay media catcher saved it the movie wasnt saved as the standard avi, divx, flv etc. it was saved as Mp3.
there is software ( Video mp3 Extractor ) that will convert video files (avi, divx, flv) to mp3 format. it extracts the audio from the movie. what i need is software that will take the converted mp3 file and convert it BACK to a video file (avi, divx, flv) i know that the file i copied is in fact a movie and not just sound because i watched the movie as i copied it.
i hope i have explained this better and can find someone to help.

thank you
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starjax

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I have about a hundred questions here. So I think it would be best if I could try and duplicate the issue. Where did you get the movie from?
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MP3 files are physically incapable of storing video information. They are strictly audio. Therefore if a video you've made has ended up an MP3 file, its the source audio only. There will be no video in this file.

You're probably referring to MPEG 1 or MPEG 2 video. MPEG 3 is technically a standard but long since abandoned (originally planned for High Definition) after MPEG-2 was found to handle it instead.
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