Free Audio Extractor v2.1

webfork on 5 Jul 2017
  • 12MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 24 Jul 2014
  • Suggested by Andrew Lee

AoA Audio Extractor allows you to extract audio/sound or background music from video files. It supports extraction from AVI, MPEG, MPG, FLV (Flash Video), DAT, WMV, MOV, MP4, 3GP video files and exporting the audio as MP3, WAV and AC3 audio files. It can also be used to save any portion of the audio of a video file.

Category:
System Requirements: Win98 / WinME / WinNT / Win2K / WinXP / Vista
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? No. Registers some COM components.
Unicode support: No
License: Freeware
How to extract:
  1. Download the installer and extract to a temp folder
  2. Copy all files from the {app} and {sys} subfolders to a folder of your choice
  3. Launch AoAAudioExtractor.exe
Similar/alternative apps: Pazera Free Audio Extractor

14 comments on Free Audio Extractor  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Art 2008-11-15 07:53

I tried it on one file - it worked. I tired it on two files at the same time and it worked beautifully on them too! This sucker is great!

Ancient Images 2009-02-19 11:23

I used to use this, until I realized how easy it is for VLC to extract the audio from .flv files and save them as .wav or .mp3. If you don't have VLC, this is your best bet.

PeterM 2009-02-23 03:30

Mplayer / GMplayer will also do the same thing with MPlayer

e.g MPlayer.exe -dumpaudio -dumpfile file.mp3 filename.flv

AleksanderS 2009-02-25 05:31

So far so [very] good. I've converted a dozen of FLV's to mp3 without any problems. An additional plus is that it automatically opens the destination folder after conversion is complete. I like it!

a 2009-08-09 16:12

Ugly interface, but for all the supported files this seems to be the smallest extractor available. seeing as they are selling a premium version with more features, and supported formats, it's unlikely this 'free' will get any better. I'm simply not going to support that kind of software model. I'll stick with completley free and open source mediacoder. (despite what you 'naysayers' have to say about it, it's the best video/audio conversion suite available for it's price.)

rich 2009-08-11 13:52

extracted with universal extractor and copied file in sys andapp folders to a new folder and run the exe file. All I get is an error message. What am I doing wrong?

PJ 2009-08-28 17:16

Its cripple ware, you can only do 3 files at time without paying them.

PJ 2009-08-28 17:19

Btw, WinFF will do it for free with as many as you like.

Rick 2009-12-01 13:41

You must be administrator to install, worthless to me.

Duh 2010-01-01 22:53

It's so ugly god i never saw anything worse my grandmother can do it better omg its utterly humiliating to see humans doing this im speechless and flabbergasted just so ugly it stinks but oh well i guess anything that is free is as bad as this bye and plees dont use it you will be dissappointed

PJ 2010-01-03 06:18

Also, can't extract from an mp4 if there is no video in it (yes, such a file is valid)

Harry 2010-05-26 01:07

I recommend Pazera Free Audio Extractor:
"Extract audio tracks from video files to MP3, AAC, AC3, WMA or WAV. AVI to MP3, FLV to MP3, AVI to WAV"
"This program doesn't use system registry and can be run from portable devices. All settings are written to INI file."

http://www.pazera-software.com/products/audio-extractor/

ChemZ 2010-12-10 05:17

I second Harry.
Pazera Free Audio Extractor is better...
...and smaller too (3.5megs vs 12megs)

Jumbu 2011-02-12 18:25

Pazera is the way to go. Awesome yet free. Thanks a million Pazera.

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