Converting from video to audio can be very valuable, especially if you have music videos or commentary where the video itself isn’t necessarily important, and it’s just the audible output you need.
Sure, you can easily do this using several tools available on all the major desktop operating systems, but why not save some time and make your conversions directly on your Android device?
In this guide I’ll show you how to convert video to audio on Android using an app called “MP3 Video Converter”.
MP3 Video converter can be installed from the Google Play Store just like most other applications.
Just search for “MP3 Video Converter” and click on the first result.
MP3 Video Converter has a straight forward, no-nonsense interface with only the necessary options.
It supports a couple of video formats including MP4, FLV and 3GP. It can convert to just MP3 or AAC audio formats, though.
To make your conversion, simply select the video file from your file manager,
then choose your preferred audio format (mp3 or AAC).
You can also change the bit rate if you want to convert to MP3,
Then add any other information about the audio file such as the title, artist and album.
Finally, select the directory where you want the converted video file to be storedm, then hit Convert.
Your conversion will start immediately and may take some time depending on the size and length of the video file.
Once done, you will get a notification on your device and can play the audio file using your preferred music player.
That’s all there is to converting video to audio on Android. I have used the application for several months now, and it just works for me everytime. Feel free to try it out, and let us know if it works for you, too.