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3 Great Tools for Converting Videos to Audio

Need to extract audio from a video? Check out these three video conversion tools for your desktop! 

 

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Handbrake is a free, open-source video transcoder and is very easy to use. According to their website, Handbrake is able to:

“Convert nearly any video to MP4 or MKV,

“Crop and resize video,

“Restore old and low-quality video,

“Remove combing artifacts caused by interlacing and telecine,

“Pass-through audio without conversion for certain audio types,

“Downmix discrete surround sound to matrixed surround or stereo,

“Adjust audio volume levels and dynamic range for certain audio types,

“Preserve existing subtitles, and add or remove soft subtitles (subtitles stored as text).”

 

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UniConverter is a file conversion software that can manage over a thousand file formats. In addition to file conversion it includes several editing features, video file merging, and more. As of right now, you can purchase the software for $69.00 or pay an annual fee of $59.00

 

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Freemake is a free, easy-to-use converter with its straightforward and instructive interface. It supports 200+ video and audio file formats and allows its users to edit videos, create PowerPoint slides, and share photos and music to Youtube. 

If you need a good application for file conversion, hopefully these suggestions are helpful!

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