Saturday, 10th May 2008 at 12:15 (administration, windows)
Tags: cmd, extract, installer, msi, windows
All you need is the Windows Installer itself. Hit Win+R (command line dialog) and execute the following line (change file name and target folder, of course):
msiexec /a c:\tmp\MSIFileName.msi /qb TARGETDIR="c:\tmp\msitmp\"
You’ll find all files in your target folder.
Monday, 26th Nov 2007 at 23:57 (audio)
Tags: audio, convert, convertion, digital audio, extract, recode, tools, video, youtube
Just a short note on this right now:
Audio can be extracted with mplayer using -dumpaudio option (low quality), ffmpeg tool with -ab and -ar options or online for youtube videos at vixy.net.
Quick video converter flv2mpg using ffmpeg is shown at Linux by Example, too.
Update: Another great open source program is MediaCoder which even has a special audio edition.