Sometimes we need to convert a video file into an audio file or an mp3 file for our DIY works. There many ways online and offline through which you can convert a video file into an MP3 file. In this article, we discussed the offline way to convert using a VLC media player. It’s very simple to convert videos into audios using VLC Media Player.
VLC Media Player has a future to convert any type of video file into an audio (MP3) file and you can also save this file on your device as mp3 or other audio formats like OGG, FLAC, or CD.
Here I’m sharing a complete step by step guide to convert a video file into an audio (MP3) file using a VLC media player.
Make sure that you have already installed the VLC media player on your device, If not then the first download and installed it, then proceed with the article.
How to convert Video into Audio using VLC
Follow the simple steps below to convert a video file into an audio file using the VLC media player application.
Step1. Open the VLC media player and go to the Media option (Shown in the top-left corner) then click on the Convert/Save option [shortcut press Ctrl+R]
Step2. Click on the Add button > now browse and select the media file you want to covert. After that click on the Convert/Save button
Step3. Now choose an audio format to convert the file under the Profile option. For example, Audio-MP3 format
Step4. Click on the Browse
option and select a file location to store the converted audio (MP3) file and click the Start
If you followed the steps mentioned above then the file will be converted into an audio MP3 file automatically. It will be indicated by the player’s progress slider. Once the slider reached the end, then the video file will be converted to an MP3 file.
Now you can browse and locate the MP3 file in the destination file location. The converted MP3 file can be easily copied to your smartphone or any other audio player devices.
Using the VLC media player you can able to convert and export a video file into any one of the audio formats Vorbis (OGG), MP3, FLAC, and CD format.