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Extract Audio from a Video File with Pazera Free Audio Extractor

Have you ever wanted to extract some or all of the audio from a video file?  Today we’ll take a look at Pazera Free Audio Extractor. A simple audio converter that specializes in that very task.

Download the Pazera Free Audio Extractor. (See download link below) You’ll need to unzip the download folder, but there is no need to install the application. Simply double-click the AudioExtractor.exe file to run the application.

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To add your video files to the queue to be converted, click on the Add files  button at the top left. You can add multiple files to the queue and convert them all at one time.

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Browse for your video file, and click Open.

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Your video will be added to the Queue for processing.

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Under Output directory you can choose to output to a folder of your choice. Outputting to the same folder as the input folder is the default.

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Pazera Free Audio Extractor includes pre-configured profiles that will simplify the process of choosing conversion settings. To load a profile, choose one from the Profile drop down list and then click the Load button. You can choose to output to MP3, AAC, AC3, WMA, FLAC, OGG or WAV file format.

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You will see the profile update the Audio settings in the panels at the lower left of the application. If you wish, you may also select your own custom settings.

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Advanced Settings

The Advanced settings can be used if you want to extract only a portion of the the audio, such as a clip of dialog or a song from a movie.

To extract only a portion of the audio, set the start time by selecting the Start time offset check box, then entering the time in the video clip where the audio begins.

To set the end time, begin by selecting the Duration check box. Now, you can either select the Duration radio button and enter the amount of time for which you would like to extract the audio, or you can select the End time offset radio button and enter the time in the video clip where the audio ends.

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When you are ready to convert, click the CONVERT button on the menu at the top of the screen.

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An output box will open and display the conversion progress. When finished, click Close.

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Now you are ready to enjoy your audio clip.

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Pazera Free Audio Extractor is a basic audio tool that is easy enough for everyone to use. It runs on Windows only and supports most common video formats including AVI, FLV, MP4, MPG, MOV, 3GP, and WMV.

Download Free Audio Extractor 1.3

Andrew is a media center geek with some serious Windows skills. He's never far from a WiFi connection or a great cup of coffee.

  • Published 04/20/10

Comments (5)

  1. Steve Bryant

    Thanks! This is very useful.

  2. lilsting10

    Can this accept .flv’s as a video input file?

  3. wil

    i also use this to convert audio files too

  4. pixel killya

    Sweet free utility, did exactly what I wanted. Thanks!!

  5. Rebant

    Rip off of Zune Converter (unless it’s made by the safe people).
    /Dislike.

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