Is there a simple way to get the audio frequency spectrum at a given time of a video?
My motivation is the following: I was wondering if it is possible to "measure" the Doppler shift from YouTube videos like this using only my laptop.
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Meanwhile I found the following solution:
ffmpeg -i video.flv audio.wavand open in audacity audio.wav
I think it is helpful to set the axis to
Log frequency and use the largest value for size so select relevant peaks.