Softpedia Editor's Review for All Video Sound Extractor
An utility that will extract sound from your video files
Written by Elena Opris on February 1st, 2012
All Video Sound Extractor is a small software that you can use to extract audio from videos. It supports several file extensions, including AVI, MPG, WMV, ASF and VOB.
So, if you, for example frequently find movies with an amazing soundtrack that you simply must add to your collection, then All Video Sound Extractor is exactly the type of tool that can help you accomplish this.
The interface of the program is plain and simple, so navigating within it shouldn't be a problem for users of any level of experience. You can import media by using the file browser (the "drag and drop" method is not supported).
So, you can set the output destination, format (WMA, WAV or MP3), as well as configure settings (WMA profiles, number of channels, bits per sample, samples per second).
In addition, you can preview the videos and mark a starting and ending point (evidently, you can also clear these marks). Lastly, you can initiate the process by pressing the "Extract" button.
The program completes a task in a short amount of time while using a moderate amount of system resources. It also includes a step-by-step tutorial with snapshots and manages to keep a very good sound quality.
Too bad the demo version is severely limited (as you can see in the Product Description below). Otherwise, All Video Sound Extractor is a very good tool for ripping audio from video files and we definitely recommend it.
All Video Sound Extractor description
Here are some key features of "All Video Sound Extractor":
· Support extract AVI, Divx, MPEG-4 file.
· Support extract MPEG-1, MPEG-2 file
· Support extract ASF, WMV, WMA file
· Support large video file, even large then 2GB.
· Very fast and without any quality loss.
· Very user-friendly interface
· MMX-enhanced CPU (Intel Pentium MMX, Pentium II, Celeron, Pentium III, AMD K6-2, K-6, Athlon)
· 32 MB RAM
· Any video card
· The demo version only extracts the first 30 seconds of each file
· Nag screen