AoA Audio Extractor Guide

Today, I'm going to fulfill my promise about the guide for extracting audio out of your video using AoA Audio Extractor (see here for review). Different to other guides I've made, I'll also put some actual shots of the window, to make things easier. Besides, I've been an 'unemployed' guy for these two months. It'll be nice to do something to kill the time :p

According to AoA's website, this software supports the following video formats: AVI, MPEG, MPG, FLV (Flash Video), DAT, WMV, MOV, MP4, 3GP and can extract the audio into either MP3, WAV, or AC3 audio files.
So, how do you use this program? Find out after the break!

If the pictures below are too small for you to read, you can click it to enlarge the image.

Here's the first interface of the AoA Extractor. First thing's first, you should add your video into the blank list. How to put that? Easy, just drag-and-drop your video, or use the "Add Files" button next to the list. They're the same, so you can freely choose how you want to input your videos.

The next step after you've inputted your files, you might want to tweak with the sound quality (such as type, bitrate, sample rate, and channel). Oh, and watch the path for your output file. You won't want to explore through your computer just because you don't remember where you put it...

If you want to extract only a part of a video, you might want to trim it. Highlight which video you'd like to trim, and click the "Movie Clip" button. It'll bring you the following window:
See those two arrows in that bar? You can drag either or both arrows to select which part of the video you'd like to extract. The white part is the selected part, which will be extracted. In case you're confused, the three boxes below it will help you determine which part will be extracted. You can later double-check the trimming by playing the video before you extract it.

After you're all set, hit the big "START" button, and it'll start working on your video. Bear in mind that this process might be slow depending on your system.
If you get the final picture in your screen, congratulations! You've finished extracting audio from your video. Now you can use it in your mobile phone, iPod, MP3 players, etc.

If you have any question regarding to this guide, feel free to leave it in the comments section below. I hope this guide will be of some help to you! :D


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