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MP3 Converter

Convert the audio track from videos to MP3, or save in native format (Ogg Vorbis, AAC/M4A, MP3). The MP3 converter is free to use and contains no ads. To enable conversion you must download the FFmpeg installer (see instructions below). Works on Windows, Linux and Mac.

To enable converter on Linux:

 

1.Depending on the Linux distro, there are usually two different ways to install FFmpeg on Linux. Do

 

one of the following:

 

 

Option A:

 

Use the package installer utillity of your distro to install the latest FFmpeg available from the repository

 

of your distro. As an example, on RedHat/CentOS, one would use the following command:

 

 

...yum install ffmpeg

 

 

On Debian and Ubuntu, instead of yum, use apt-get:

 

 

...apt-get install ffmpeg

 

 

The package installers of most distros typically install "ffmpeg" into the "/usr/bin/" folder.

 

 

Option B:

 

Download one of the static FFmpeg binaries (32- and 64-bit) provided below:

 

 

 

................................................Download 32-bit

 

................................................Download 64-bit

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Decompress the ffmpeg binary into the folder of your choice, and make it executable. Alternatively,

 

you may always download the latest source from ffmpeg.org, and compile FFmpeg for yourself.

 

 

 

2.In Options> FFmpeg tab, click on "I have already downloaded FFmpeg" and select the FOLDER

 

that contains the ffmpeg.exe file. Again, make sure to select the FOLDER, not the file:

 

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3.Confirm that FFmpeg is now installed:

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