For this, I used ffmpeg at the command line. It worked great, and I was able to create OGG and MPG files as well. The command I ran was:
* ffmpeg -title “my_title” -i filename.flv -acodec mp3 -ac 2 -ab 128 -vn -y filename.mp3
The -i is the input file,
-acodec is the type of audio codec to use,
-ac is the number of audio channels,
-ab is the encoding bitrate,
-vn disables video recording,
and the -y option overwrites output files.
Plenty of other info is here.
ffmpeg -i /path/to/video.flv /path/to/song.mp3
.flv to mp3 in Linux
ffmpeg -title “my_title” -i filename.flv -acodec mp3 -ac 2 -ab 128 -vn -y filename.mp3
You have to install a converter as well - "only" €18.50. I didn't see that...
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