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Old May 26, 2009, 05:31 AM
Oasis Oasis is offline
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Default How to extract MP3 audio from RMVB files with the best output sound quality?

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How to extract MP3 audio from RMVB files with the best output sound quality?

With [url="***********"]MP3 Converter, you can easily convert RMVB to MP3 with excellent output quality. Of course with this MP3 Converter, you can convert all popular video files and audio files to MP3 with simple a few clicks such as AVI, MP4, WMV, 3GP, MOV, VOB, MPG, ASF, RM, FLV, WAV, WMA, M4A, MP2, AAC, AC3, AMR, RMVB to MP3.
  1. Free download RMVB to MP3 Converter online, run and install it on your computer.
  2. Load your movies in RMVB format by clicking "rmvb to mp3 converter" button. And you can also add all files from a special folder by clicking "rm to mp3 converter" button. Then you can preview the files on the right panel of the program.
  3. If you want to clip the part of the RMVB video, just click "Trim" button to set the start time and end time to get your favorite part of the movie.
  4. After all settings have been done. Click "Start" button to begin converting RMVB to MP3. You'll get your audio MP3 files just in a few minutes.
    At this step you can convert all your RMVB files to MP3 at one time.

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Old May 28, 2009, 09:08 PM
informationspy informationspy is offline
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"How to convert the music to your ipod or any other portable electronic devices?

Here I would like to introduce you a very good tool for you to convert the music you download from the website to the format you want ! That is Xilisoft Audio COnverter , here is the connection :
Xilisoft Audio Converter provides an easy and completed way to convert between all of the popular audio formats, such as MP3, WAV, WMA, MP4, M4A, MP2, VQF, APE, OGG, AAC and FLAC. It also grabs the audio from video files. All the conversion can be accomplished very quickly only by a few clicks.
Use ""Add"" button on the main window or ""Add"" in the ""File"" menu to select original file you want to convert in the dialog box that opens.

The selected files will be displayed in the file list.
Use ""Remove"" button to remove the loaded file which you highlight, ""Clear"" button to clear the file list. Those buttons can also be found in the ""File"" menu.


Select target file format that you want to output. Highlight your loaded file first and then select output format from ""Encoder"" drop-down list.

Tip: You can adjust some special settings for your conversion by clicking ""Settings"".

To set the folder that you want to save your target file, you may select the output folder by clicking ""Browse..."" button or directly enter a path in the ""Output Folder"" box. ""C:\temp"" is set as the default output folder.


As the last step, just click ""Encode"" to start your conversion. You can see ""OK"" under the ""Status"" column which means you got a successful conversion.

What to do now? Just enjoy your music. Our software keeps the quality as good as the original files.

Enjoy it !


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