Free Video to MP3 Converters is one of the easiest and reliable Audio to video converters. Believe me, I’ve used quite a few. It’s free and updated regularly. Try it!

This works for avi,  mp4, wmv, mov, vob and many other video formats that I have not heard of. It extracts to MP3 and WAV Lossless Audio. For mp3, you can save audio in high, standard and economy quality. You can download the latest version here.

Step 1 : Select the DVD you wish to extract audio from. 

Click on the Add Files tab to open the Open window. Select the drive and folder the video file is in. Select the file and click open. You can select multiple files. If you cannot see the file, click on the format drop down menu (red arrow) and select All Files. NB: I find I have to do this for .VOB files.

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Step 2: Designate output file name.

Click on the Output name tab to open the Custom output name window. Select include original file name and click OK.

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Step 3 : Select output folder

Click on the save to button to select the folder you wish to save the audio file in. Note the location and click OK.Step three of five on how to extract audio from DVD

Step 4: Select audio format and quality

Select the format and quality of the audio file you wish to extract. Use the quality drop down menu. I find that Old Standard is a preserves the audio quality of most videos for my transcription and subtitling purposes.

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Step 5:

Click on convert. The extraction progress window will open and shows you the progress of the extraction.

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That’s it. Extract audio in 5 easy steps from video files.