“I have some FLV videos and wanna detach the audio track from the video, but professional video editors like Adobe Premiere are expensive and too complicate to use for me. Is it possible to easily and quickly extract audio from FLV video for free?”
Sure! Here we’ve rounded up three easy ways to help you rip the audio from FLV files for free. Read on to know more details.
For audio extraction from FLV, I prefer to use Free HD Video Converter Factory. It is free yet powerful enough for serving as an FLV audio extractor. Designed to be easy and intuitive, this utility allows even the novice users to extract audio track from FLV effortlessly. In clicks, you can convert FLV to MP3, WAV, AAC, FLAC, etc., over 500 output formats. Besides working as an audio extractor and V/A converter, it can also be used to make basic edits to your FLV videos by trimming, cropping, compressing, attaching subtitles, merging multiple FLV files into one, applying special effects, and so on.
Launch Free HD Video Converter Factory and open the Converter. Click + Add Files to add the FLV video(s) to the converter. You can also drag and drop the files into the program directly.
Click the right-side format image to unfold the output format list. Navigate to Audio section, and then select the desired output audio format. Generally, MP3 is the best overall choice due to its versatility.
Click the bottom triangle button to choose an output folder. When everything is ready, click Run to strip audio from FLV to MP3.
If you have installed VLC player on PC, there is no need to download any other audio extractor. Apart from playing video and audio files, VLC also excels at being a decent audio/video converter that helps to convert between major a/v formats. Though it’s not that straightforward, you can follow the below steps to rip audio from FLV with no hassle.
Step 1. Launch VLC media player and click Media > Convert/Save on the top menu bar.
Step 2. Click on the + Add button to import one or more FLV video clips to VLC.
Step 3. Then hit Convert/Save. Next to the Profile tab, you can click the triangle button to choose an output format, such as MP3, OGG, FLAC. Advanced users can go to the section of Profile edition to adjust bitrate, channels, and sample rate. Don’t forget to Save the changes.
Step 4. Hit Browse to add the needed output file folder to save the audio file. Then click Start to rip audio from flash video in VLC.
For those who don’t want to download and install any audio extractor software, you can perform the tasks online. However, something to be noted is that, basically, all web-based tools come with some common faults. For example, processing efficiency relies much on internet connection, and input file size and file type are limited.
Anyway, when it comes to small video clips, an online tool could be a good choice. Here is my recommended online audio extractor along with its tutorial.
Step 1. Visit https://online-audio-converter.com/, and then click Open files to add the FLV video; or you can add files from Google Drive, Dropbox, or URL.
Step 2. Select the desired audio format. (Only support MP3, WAV, iPhone ringtone, M4A, FLAC, OGG, MP2, AMR.)
Step 3. Hit Convert to start the FLV to MP3 conversion.
Step 4. Once the conversion is done, click Download.