How to Convert MP4 to MP3 with VLC Media Player!

Hello guys, in this article I'm going to tell you how you can convert mp4 file to mp3 file using VLC media player.

Follow the steps mention below:

Step 1: Download the VLC media player. You can download it for free from this website.

Step 2: Firstly, I want a video that has some sound. Open VLC media player and click on media as shown below:

Step 3: Click on "convert/save" or you can use "ctrl+R"

Step 4: Click on "Add+" and you can add your video (from your video location). Now click on "convert/save." 

Step 5: You can choose your destination file by clicking on "browse" and give it a file name followed by .mp3. It is important that you provide the extension of your file, which is ".mp3". Don't forget to provide this extra extension and save the file. For example you can enter “audio.mp3”.

Step 6:  Now, you need to go to the “settings” section, and choose this last option called "audio - mp3". Click on start as shown below:

finally, you got your mp3 clip from mp4


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