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Convert videos to audio with Pazera Audio Extractor 2.3

Extract audio from your video files

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    Do you have any video files you would like to extract the audio from, or do you have the need to convert audio formats to another type. If so this guide will show how to easily do this with a great free program called "Pazera Audio Extractor". This program comes from a company that makes many different video and audio converters but we will concentrate on the audio extractor only application here. Pazera Audio Extractor works on all Windows versions from XP and newer on both 32 and 64bit systems.

    Pazera can open, extract and/or convert audio from these formats:
    AVI, MPG, WMV, MKV, MOV, FLV, RMVB, M2TS, VOB, MP4, 3GP, WEBM, DIVX, XVID, MPEG, MPE, ASF, M4V, QT, 3GPP, 3G2, 3GP2, 3GA, MKA, SWF (uncompressed), F4V, F4P, F4A, F4B, DAT, RM, OGM, OGV, AMV, DVR-MS, MTS, TS, HEVC, WTV, WAV, MP3, AC3, AAC, MPC, MPA, MP2, WMA, FLAC, SHN, APE, OGG, M4A, WV, AMR, AIFF, VIDEO, M4R, MP4V, MP1, M4B, OGA, DTS, GSM, QCP, RA, VQF, THD, TRUEHD, TRUE-HD, DTSHD, DTS-HD, AVS, EAC3, TTA.

    Pazera can save audio from the input formats above to these formats:
    MP3, AAC, WMA, OGG, M4A, AC3, FLAC, WAV.

    You can download Pazera from the link at the top of this guide, in which we will cover the portable version, meaning there is no installation, and if you ever wish to remove the program, all that is needed is to delete the program folder.

    Should you prefer to download the installer version, ensure you choose the "Direct Download" link and not the "Cnet" link, which may contain more than just the application. The installer version is available HERE.

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    Once you have downloaded Pazera portable from the link at the top of this guide, navigate to your download and use your favorite Unzipping application to extract the files, and once complete open the newly created folder. Double left click "AudioExtractor.exe".

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    The program will open, and a brief overview of options is below.

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    There is an options button on the toolbar and the default options should be ok for most users. One option that should be utilized is to create a desktop icon, which is very cool for a portable application.

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    Pazera will now generate an icon paz6.jpg

    The layout is quite straight forward with no pitfalls. It is very important to remember when using Pazera that your original files remain in the original location and are not modified in any way, meaning you can experiment with the app without fear of damaging your precious files.

    To use Pazera you can use the "Add Files" or "Add Folders" toolbar button and navigate to your files or folders and add as many as required, or drag and drop files or folders directly into the app. You can even drag and drop files or folders onto the desktop icon to open Pazera with the file/s already added. The picture below shows we have added some files to Pazera for processing.

    To extract the audio from the MP4's and save as MP3's we have selected:
    1. all files
    2. to output our converted files to another folder.
    3. To convert our MP4 video files to MP3 audio files at a good quality output from the drop down profile list.
    4. Then click "Convert"
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    The files will be converted into the chosen format into the selected folder, and another box will display the progress. Another handy feature of Pazera is that it can play any file in the processing list, simply highlight a file and click "Play" on the toolbar.

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    Another feature of Pazera is that once you customize the program settings to your liking, next time you open Pazera select "The Last Session Settings" from the profile option box and all your custom settings will be restored.

    Pazera is only one of a multitude of similar programs, but remains a great free application that is worth a try, and it won't alter and destroy your original files.