How to Extract Audio from Video
Sometimes you’ll hear a great tune while you’re watching some movie, but you don’t know who wrote it or even who’s singing that wonderful song. Then you think what a great soundtrack the piece would make for your own slideshow or home video. But how to use it if you don’t know how to find it? Easy! All you need is a software program to extract the music from the movie and save it as a separate file.
Movavi Video Converter is the perfect solution for this kind of task. It works with more than 180 media formats, which is why this simple yet powerful software for Windows and Mac lets you extract audio from AVI, MP4, MKV, FLV, 3GP, MPEG, MOV, and other types of video and then save those soundtracks in MP3, FLAC, WAV, WMA, and more. With our step-by-step guide, you’ll see that ripping audio from video is easier than you ever thought!
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1. Download and Install Movavi Video Converter
Download Movavi Video Converter, open the installation file, and install the program, then launch Movavi Video Converter. The program has an intuitive English language interface, so you should not experience any difficulty extracting music from films.
2. Choose a File
Click Add Media in the upper left corner of the program interface, then Add Video and choose the file from which you want to extract audio. Movavi Video Converter enables you to process several files at once, so choose as many as you want.
3. Choose a Fragment for Conversion
If you need just part of a video soundtrack, choose the relevant file from the list and click the Edit button. In the new window that appears, set the beginning and end points of the segment(s) you want to keep by moving the marker and clicking the scissors icon. Delete the marked part by selecting it and hitting the trash can icon. The program will convert only the remaining section of the file. When you're finished, click Done.
4. Choose a Format
Open the list of formats by clicking on the Audio tab. Choose the most appropriate audio format: MP3, M4A, WAV, WMA, FLAC, AAC, or OGG. Most of the audio profiles offer the option of selecting the bitrate – just remember that the higher the bitrate, the larger the output file will be.
5. Save the Audio File
Choose the desired Save to folder, then click Convert and wait until the converter has finished recording audio from the video (it won’t take long). Once the process is complete, the folder containing the converted audio files will open automatically.
So, you can see that extracting music from video to audio is easy as 1-2-3. Movavi Video Converter is the perfect audio extractor. And if you’re a Windows user and looking for even more opportunities to create and edit video files, go ahead and download Movavi Video Suite. It’s the ultimate collection, featuring the best of Movavi’s video processing software. Use it to edit video, burn CD, DVD, and Blu-ray discs, capture screens, convert video and audio, create films and slideshows, split and join files, and much more!
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