Extract audio from video


You recovered a video and you want to extract a piece or all of its soundtrack? You can easily achieve this with the freePazera Free Audio Extractor.

Pazera Free Audio Extractor supports most popular video formats: AVI, FLV, MP4, MPG, MOV, 3GP, WMV and you can get audio files to MP3, AAC, AC3, WMA, FLAC, OGG or WAV which you can customize the quality.

If only part of the soundtrack of the video you are interested, you can easily define the piece to recover.

Finally, note that the software allows you to batch-process multiple videos to automatically retrieve their soundtracks.




Download Pazera Free Audio Extractor

Pazera Free Audio Extractor is a free software you can download from the repository PC Tips.

1- visit Record Pazera Free Audio Extractor in this link.

2- Click the link Download.

3- Click Save.

4- Choose the folder where to download the compressed file Pazera Free Audio Extractor in the Downloads folder for example.Click Save.

5- Once the download is complete, click the Open button.

6- Extract All Files in a folder.

7- Once the files are unpacked, the folder is opened Pazera_Free_Audio_Extractor. Click the right mouse button toAudioExtractor.exe file and then click Send To Desktop (send shortcut).

8- A shortcut to the Pazera Free Audio Extractor program is now placed on your desktop. Rename it to give it a more explicit way (right-click and rename).


Set conversion

Pazera Free Audio Extractor allows you to choose the destination audio format and quality depending on what you want to do: copy to an MP3 player to a hi-fi, etc.

1- Double click the AudioExtractor.exe icon on your desktop.

2- Pazera Free Audio Extractor opens. Click the Add files button.


3- Select your hard disk video which you want to recover the soundtrack and click the Open button. Note that you can add multiple videos and convert them automatically to each other.

4- By default, the extracted audio file will be placed in the same folder as the original video. To specify a different folder, select the output directory option and click the Browse button to select it.


5- Pazera Free Audio Extractor has many preconfigured sound profiles. Choose the format and the desired quality in the Profile list. You can choose between MP3, AAC, AC3, WMA, FLAC, OGG and WAV.


6- Audio settings area includes the encoding settings tailored to the profile you have chosen. You can change them if you wish. The volume bar allows you for example to increase the volume of the extracted track.



Select the transition to extract

Additional settings section of Pazera Free Audio Extractor allows you to limit the extracting audio portion of your video, to retrieve a song or a passage for example.

1- Start initially your video with your favorite media player and the rate at which the interesting part begins and where it ends.

2- In Pazera Free Audio Extractor, click the Start time offset box and End time offset.


3- Complete the Hours, Min and Sec fields with the time in hours, minutes and seconds which begins the passage that interests you.


Start conversion

Now you can start converting your audio file to video in its entirety or to the song you previously specified.

1- Then click the Convert button to start extracting the audio track from your video and convert the selected audio format.


2- The conversion begins and its status is displayed in a new window. Click the Close button when finished.


3- Pazera Free Audio Extractor will be closed automatically . Now you have the audio track as an audio of your video file. You can listen on your computer, on your walkman, etc.



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One thought on “Extract audio from video

  • Annabel Duchaine

    (November 3, 2016 - 7:44 am)

    SarahWalk – What the heck! I didn’t know you could make all these! I need one of each, if you still have them! Let me know all the details!

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