We’ve all been in a situation where we have thought of extracting the audio part playing in a video background. Whether it is the whole background music or just some classic lines, we’ve all wished for a tool that would make extracting audio from a video on Windows 10 easier. If you fall under the same category, check out the following best five ways using which you can separate audio from video on Windows 10.
In the list below, we will talk about both the native as well as web-based solutions to get things done.
1. VLC MEDIA PLAYER
VLC is one of the popular media players among millions of users. And even though the app looks simple with a blank playing screen and some buttons, it’s much more. Apart from playing almost all audio and video files, VLC has some neat tricks up its sleeves, and one of them includes easily converting videos to audio files. Plus, VLC has apps for almost all of the popular operating systems, including Windows 10, macOS, and Linux.
To extract audio from video using the VLC media player, follow these steps.
Step 1: Launch the VLC media player on your computer.
Step 2: With the default screen open, tap on Media located in the top-left corner.
Step 3: Click on Convert/Save. A dialog box ‘Open Media’ will appear.