If you're doing this as a learning exercise, the best place to start is searching the internet for libraries that will parse audio/video. As far as I know there's no standard library for that (and I've never looked for a library like this, but one probably exists).

If you just want to pull the audio portion from a video you could use ffmpeg to do it for you. While the command lines you have to run to get ffmpeg to work look a little daunting, its a very flexible tool that can do what you want (and much more too).

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