You can do it in two steps: use pitivi to put the sequence of the audio together the way you want it, then render using highest sound quality of your original.

Then use ffmpeg to convert from the audio/video pair to just the audio. i.e. ffmpeg -i pitivi_render.mp4 final_audio.mp3

You may want to tweak the ffmpeg cmd to use the best audio options your original can afford.

Thanks and God Bless,

Richard W. Pickett, Jr.

P.S. Have you downloaded the journal from my trip to Haiti:

On Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 8:05 AM, Tobias Jakobs <> wrote:

I'd like to just render the Audio of an Project to an MP3 or OGG file.
Is that possible?


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