Nowadays, most video files downloaded from websites, using a download manager or browser add-on or plug-in, are commonly saved in .webm format. But in many cases, we just need to listen to music, audiobooks, podcasts while making some exercises like walking, jogging, cycling, etc., that's the reason why people strive to find a feasible way to extract audio from WebM video files. Given this, the following content will introduce a more efficient way to rip audio from WebM files without much hassle.
With the right application installed, you'll find that it's really a snap to extract audio track from WebM video and save it in MP3, M4A, OGG, WAV and other common audio format. WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro is such a multi-functional program that is fully adequate for serving as a WebM audio extractor. Equipped with rich video & audio encoders and 500+ predefined presets, it enables you to convert WebM to any common audio format in only three simple steps. Free DownloadFree Download this handy tool and see how it works.
Run WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro and open "Converter" module. Then click on "Add Files" or "Add Video Folder" button to add your multiple WebM files. Alternatively, just execute a simple drag-and-drop.
Tips: Apart from "Converter", 4 additional modules are also available and offer you other practical features: "Downloader", "Recorder", "GIF Maker" and "Toolbox". Dig deep into more surprises.
Click on the Format Profile on the right side to open the full list of 500+ configured presets. Head over to "Audio" category and select one audio format as the output format without extra settings, for instance, converting WebM to WAV and the like.
Designate a destination folder to store the output audio file, lastly, hit "Run" button to extract audio from WebM files in batch mode.
Still get trapped in those command-line program? Come on! HD Video Converter Factory Pro provides a well-designed interface and makes it quite straightforward to extract audio from WebM files. What's more, it's far beyond a simple WebM audio extractor, but an all-in-one video/audio processing toolkit that could be of some help to your video & audio downloading, recording, compression, editing and conversion. Hopefully, this post would be helpful to you guys. Thanks for reading!