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    How to separate an audio track from a video

    Interested in extracting audio from a video file? Looking out for the detailed step by step procedure? You can read the responses from experts on this page and use this audio for setting ppt background.

    I would like to know if it is possible to extract only the audio part of a video. For example, from a video of a Durga puja, is it possible to separate only the audio (the music or the aarti's words) from that video? Does any specialized software need to be installed for this or it can be done in some simple manner in such a way that I can work on it in PPT? That is, can I extract the music and put it as the background sound for a PPT presentation?

    If it is possible to extract the music from the video, then please explain with step by step guidance in simple words.
  • #145877
    Yes mam, It is possible to extract the audio from video. For that you need to download tool or application in your pc called WinXHD Video Converter Deluxe by visiting the website Just write the name of the software to the search field with url of the website which can directly go to the download page. Through this app we can edit the videos, crop the video file and cut the videos to any length. After download and installation of the software follow these steps to extract the audio fom video :
    1. Tap on +Video button to add video you want to convert to audio.
    2. After video is added to convert list, a output profile dialog box shows on desktop screen. Now tap " to Music" option from category dashboard and choose any music format like MP3.
    3. Tap browse button to fix the destination folder to get the extracted audio file and then tap RUN button to start conversion process.

  • #145879
    There are many online tools available which can extract audio from video, apart from that you can use youtube downloader as well as VLC media player among many to get audio out of the video.

    1. Launch VLC Media player, top right side in the tab click on Media --> Advanced Open File.
    2. A new window will pop up, in that go the file tab, click on add to select the video from which you would like to extract the audio.
    3. Click on the Convert button which is located at the bottom left in the drop-down menu next to the Play option.
    4. In the next window, enter the output path and select WAV encapsulation method. is another online tool which can extract the audio for you. I hope this helps.

  • #145881
    For doing this you have to get a free trial format of software by name Wondershare filmora.
    You can download it from the internet.
    Then you load your files.
    Run the audio of the above software.
    Then click on the video file from which you want to separate the audio track and select audio detach.
    The audio track will appear in Music timeline.
    you can save this in a separate MP3 file.

    always confident

  • #145893
    You can easily do this with the VLC media player.

    1. Open the video in the VLC player.
    2. Pause the video.
    3. From the file menu find > Convert Save video.
    4. A new window appears.
    5. Add video that you just opened into it.
    6. Go to the sound settings in the configuration tab. Uncheck the audio option.
    7. Save the video.

    This should help you get rid of the Audio from the video file.

    Alternatively you can make use of the Sony Vegas Video and Filmora to remove the sound from the Audio.

  • #145913
    #Mahesh: As per what I understand, she doesn't want to remove the sound but she wants to extract it from the video. This is what I have understood from the question. so that she can use that sound exclusively in her documents.

  • #145914
    There is an App called Video Cutter. Download it from Google PlayStore. It is very simple to use. The audio quality is very good with this app.
    " Be Good and Do Good "

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