You have a video that includes a great soundtrack that you'd like to extract it so that you can listen to it using media player - a portable MP3 player, for instance. That can be a very easy job if you use the professional video editing software- Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor). Just follow this guide to extract audio from video with ease.
To begin with, get a free trial copy of Wondershare Filmora.
1 Import video files
Install and run this Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor). Then click the “Import” button to locate and add your target video. You can also directly drag and drop the video to the program. The loaded video will be listed in the media library as the following picture shows.
2 Start extracting audio from video
After importing video to Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor), drag the video from the media library to the video Timeline. You can then right click the video clip and choose “Audio Detach” to extract audio from video. After a while, video and audio will be displayed in different tracks. If you don’t want to keep the video file, right click it and choose “Delete” to remove it from the video timeline.
3 Edit the audio if you like
Then double click to edit the audio in the pop up window. Here you can change the Volume, Fade in, Fade out, and Pitch, etc. as you like. If you want to delete part of the audio, just put the cursor to the place where you would like the deletion to start and press the “Split” button above the timeline. The end of the deletion area is marked similarly – play the audio and select the final point of the area to be excluded from the output audio, and then press the “Split” button again. Besides that, you can also add an image to the newly extracted audio. Here is a detailed guide about it >>
4 Save the audio file
After that, click the “Create” button to export the audio track. Here different options are provided. For example, you can save the audio in regular formats such as MP3, MP4, WMV, AVI and so on in the “Format” tab and adjust the settings such as Encoder, Sample Rate, Bit Rate and Channel as you like. Or export it for playback on portable devices, burn it to DVD disc or share it to YouTube directly. Simply select a desirable output method and then click the “Create” button to save the audio track.