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Audio Extractor – Extract Audio from Video Easily

Karolina Miller
Karolina Miller

Karolina Miller is an editor for VC Studio. From video/audio downloading to DVD creating and converting, she knows them all. And she likes sharing her thought and solution about multimedia.

Questions: I have downloaded some YouTube videos and all I want to do is extract the audio from them and listen to the music on my iPhone. How to do it?

Do you often meet such problem? Or you might come across other conditions such as extracting the sound from video then burn music to CD, searching a good tune in a movie to use it for your own video. To solve those issues, all you need is an audio extractor which can help you to make the audio and video separated. In addition, you can edit the audio at will to get the one you want. Here we will recommend Video Editor to you.

This Audio Extractor is extremely an easy-to-use software that enables you to strip audio/sound from any video such as movies, YouTube videos. If necessary, you can edit the audio clips in the Timeline as you see fit by setting the Speed, Volume, Fade in and Fade out effect, Pitch, etc. The extracted audio can be saved as MP3 files which enables you to play them on your audio player or smartphone. Moreover, it supports other lots video editing function, so it can be used as a professional Video Editor.

Video Editor - Easy-to-use Audio Extractor

You can use this program to extract your audio/sound from video with simple steps. Download the trial version and have a try.


How to Extract Audio from a Video

Step 1. Go to "Full Featured Mode"

Install and launch this Video Editor. Then select the "Full Featured Mode"

Select Full Featured Mode

Step 2. Import Video Files

Search and add videos from your computer with a click on "IMPORT" button. Or you can drag and drop the videos to the media library of this program.

Import Files

Step 3. Extract Audio from Video

Drag the video from the media library to video timeline. Now you need to right click the video on the track and select "Audio Detach. Immediately, the audio will be appeared on the audio timeline.

Select Audio Detach

Step 4. Edit your Audio

Double click the audio to bring the editing panel. You can set the Speed, Volume, Fade in and Fade out effect, etc.

Audio Effect Editing

Step 5. Save your Audio

Once finished editing, open the Output window by pressing the "EXPORT" button. Choose the MP3 format and customize the audio settings like Bit Rate, Sample Rate, etc. Change the Destination folder and then click "Export" to save your audio file.

Change the Settings

Repeat the steps for as many video files as you want to extract audio. Or, more precisely, you want to extract the audio information from videos to save them to a new file with Video Editor. Simple and straight forward, isn't it? Any questions, please tell us in the comments section.


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