Pazera Free Audio Extractor is intended to extract audio from video. As input, the application supports most popular video formats. Likewise, various audio formats, such as MP3, AAC, AC3, WMA, FLAC, OGG, M4A or WAV, are supported as output. Fortunately, the tool is capable of processing file batches, which saves you a lot of precious time.
The program has a nice interface. However, although I wouldn’t say the tool is difficult to use, I have the feeling that it isn’t as easy as it could be. Its workflow has three main steps: importing the source files, configuring the output profile and processing them. As to the first step, you can create a conversion list from both individual files and whole folders. At this point, it’s also possible to set the limits of the fragment you want to extract. Moreover, if the original video contains more than one audio track, you can choose one of them. Next, you can choose a ready-made output profile or create one from scratch. Additionally, you can import other presets or save the ones you have created. Finally, it’s time to start converting.
To sum up, Pazera Free Audio Extractor does its job of extracting audio from video excellently. And, as it supports importing audio files as well, it can be used to convert between audio formats. In addition, it has the special ability to split the source files based on the original chapters. Therefore, this is a tool I strongly recommend.
- It has a nice interface.
- It supports batch conversion.
- It allows extracting a fragment.
- It supports multiple audio and video formats.
- It comes with built-in presets
- It isn’t as easy to use as it could be