Extract audio streams from a wide range of video files and create MP3 or other types of audio tracks, such as WAV, AAC, WAV or M4A
|Updated||March 11 2020|
DVDVideoSoft Limited N/A N/A
|Crack Size||30.7 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Free Video to MP3 Converter is a straightforward piece of software that facilitates a user-friendly interface for extracting the audio stream from video files in order to turn it into MP3 files. It gives you the possibility to select the preferred audio quality for conversion.
The interface is made from a simple window with a dark theme, where you can add as many videos files as you want to the task list. When it comes to file types, Free Video to MP3 Converter is pretty generous, featuring support for AVI, MPEG, WMV, WebM, MKV, QuickTime, HD Video, DVD Video, FLV, and others, including GIF animations.
As far as the output is concerned, it's possible to create MP3 audio tracks or others, such as M4A, M4R, AAC, WAV, WMA, OGG, FLAC and APE. Depending on the selected output format, you can pick the preferred quality level by exploring the preset profiles with the bit rate, sample rate and channel mode.
For example, for MP3 tracks, you can choose from LAME Insane Quality MP3 (with 320 Kbit/s, 48Hz and Joint Stereo), original quality MP3 (with the same bit rate, sample rate and channel mode as the input files) and high quality joint stereo MP3 (with 320Kbit/s, 48Hz and stereo mode), among other options.
Experienced users are free to change the presets configuration, for instance to adjust only the sample rate or bit rate. Furthermore, new profiles can be put together using any combination of audio parameters as well as custom profile names.
In addition to this, you can edit existing tags or set new ones with the title, artist, album, year, genre, comment, track number and artwork, or ask Free Video to MP3 Converter to set tags automatically by scanning the files and obtaining online information. Before starting the conversion, you can tell the tool where you want it to save the new files. Although this isn't mentioned anywhere in the interface, a playlist with all converted files is generated on task completion.
Other options can be explored too. If you have iTunes installed, the app can add the new files to its library after conversion. Moreover, it can delete the source file as soon as the encoding has been completed successfully, save the output items in the same location as the input, and disable sound alerts during tasks.
Also, Free Video to MP3 Converter can be instructed to turn off the PC as soon as all jobs are done, create subfolders in the specified output directory in order to neatly organize each file, get integrated into the Windows Explorer context menu, and generate log files with the its activity, including any errors that can be later sent to the developer for inspection. Multiple interface languages and themes are available, including the Bliss wallpaper for Windows XP nostalgics.
Conversion jobs were carried out quickly in our tests, during which Free Video to MP3 Converter remained light on system resources consumption. It delivered quality audio tracks, and we haven't experienced any compatibility issues with Windows 10. Thanks to its attractive interface as well as advanced and intuitive settings, this app should please a lot of users looking for a reliable video-to-MP3 conversion tool.
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