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How to Transform Audio and Video Files with VLC Media

If you have ever tried to look for software applications that can transform audio and video files on Windows, you may understand how tough it can be to discover devoted options that are complementary and function as promoted.

We just recently checked a lot of the Windows-based media converters noted at the top of the search results page for inquiries such as ” MP4 to MP3 converter, ” just to find that virtually all of them have restricted licenses without spending for the complete program. The primary concern with the majority of these applications being that the trial editions might just transform files a couple of minutes long or a couple of megabytes in size– worthless for our function of converting prolonged audio clips from YouTube.

After trying lots of applications, we discovered that VLC Media could transform audio and video files, too, which is excellent news considering we currently had the software application set up, and we wager the majority of you do, also.

VLC is free, can play most media file types, is readily available on macOS and Linux in addition to Windows, and just recently made our list of necessary apps to set up on a brand-new PC.

When Would You Transform a File?

You may need to transform a seldom used file type to a more accessible format, which might make it much easier to show others, wait to a mobile phone, or make it suitable for your media .

How to Transform Audio and Video Files with VLC

This will most likely appear remarkably essential if you have never encoded a file in VLC. After picking the files you’re going to transform, click Convert/ Conserve at the bottom of the Open Media window to select the output file type and other settings.

Keep in mind that going to Media > Open Several Files … releases the very same ” Open Media ” window; however, the drop-down menu alternative on the bottom of the screen is set to Play rather of Convert– you can pick Convert after selecting your files.