How to Convert Flash FLV to Audio

How to Convert Flash FLV to Audio

This tutorial is to show you a step-by-step demonstration of converting videos downloaded from YouTube and Google Video, etc, and enjoying them on your DV, inserting into PPT or edit in windows movie maker or playing on window media player, and so on with the help of Tipard Video Converter Ultimate.

FLV, or Flash Live Video file, is a preferred file format that is designed for web playback, offering high rates of compression to deliver video over the Internet using Adobe Flash Player. FLV content can not be played back directly but must be embedded in an SWF file. You create a "container" SWF file from which to play the FLV file. The most common approach is to use an SWF file that functions as a media player with screen and playback controls. Notable users of the FLV format include YouTube, Google Video, Reuters.com, Yahoo! Video and MySpace.

Let's come to this guide now – convert FLV to audio.

Step 1: Download and install Tipard FLV to Audio Converter.

Video Converter

Step 2: Add file to Tipard FLV to Audio Converter interface. There are three ways to put your files on it.

Method One: Click "Add File", it would pop up one window, and select file you want to convert on this window.

Method Two: At the top of the drop menu, click "File", then select "Add File" to import your FLV SWF files.

Method Three: Drag the file to Tipard FLV to Audio Converter interface directly.

Add Video

Step 3: Choose profile

Tipard FLV to Audio Converter can extract FLV to audio formats, like MP3, MP2, AAC, AC3, AU, FLAC, AIFF, AMR, WMA, M4A, OGG, WAV, WMA. According to your need select portable output format.

choose format

Note:

Before you start the conversion, you can define the video and audio settings.

Click the "Settings" button to open the Settings window.

In the Video Settings, you can select Encoder, Frame Rate, Resolution and Video Bitrate to convert your movie. Moreover, you can also directly input your own resolution as the form of "XXX*XXX";

In the Audio Settings, you can select Encoder, Channels, Bitrate and Sample Rate to convert your movie.

Tips:

Tip 1: Trim video

Click "Trim" button on the top of the interface to pop up the video edit trim window.

Tipard QuickTime Video Converter provides you three methods to trim your video length.

Method 1: Enter the start time in the Start Time box and click OK, then enter the end time in the Set End Time box and click OK.

Method 2: Drag the scissors bars under the preview window when you want to trim, then the time will be shown in the Start Time box and End Time box for your reference.

Method 3: Click "Trim From" button when you want to begin your trimming. Click "Trim To" button where you want to stop your trimming.

After you set trim time, the length of the captured clip will be shown in the Select Length box for your reference.

Tip 2: Snapshot:

Click "Snapshot" button on the right bottom of the preview video window and the current picture in the Preview window will be captured and saved.

Click "Folder" button to open the folder where the captured images are saved. As default the captured image will be saved at users' My Documents\Tipard Studio\Snapshot.

Click "Preference" menu, you can reset the snapshot folder and the type of your captured image: JPEG, GIF or BMP formats.

Tip 3: Preferences

Click "Preferences" menu to adjust the settings related to conversion

It includes the output folder, snapshot folder, image type, conversion done, CPU usage.

output settings

Step 4: Convert

After all the steps above are done, click the right button on the interface to start to convert video to QuickTime.