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How to Extract Audio from SWF Video

using SWF audio extractor to get MP3, AC3, AAC, M4A, WMA, OGG, APE, MKA file

Have you ever met such an situation? - You are making a DVD movie, and there is a SWF file that has the music you want to use in your movie. You have tried downloading the audio from a couple of online sites, but to no avail. The only way then is to extract audio from SWF video.

How to Extract Audio from SWF Videos

What you need is only an powerful video/audio converter. Convert Genius can easily and quickly extract audio from SWF video. Only a few clicks are required. First download Convert Genius and follow these instructions to extract audio from SWF videos. I will take SWF to MP3 conversion for example, but you can actually convert SWF to audio in almost any format you want with Convert Genius software.

Step 1: Add SWF video files. Click "Add Files" button to browse your SWF files, and select the files you want to convert to MP3.

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Step 2: Choose output format. It's intuitive. Simply choose "Audio" from the table and select solution (audio format for general or devices). You could also change audio settings on the left hand side if necessary.

Step 3: Select save path. Click the browse button to select the output location for the converted MP3 files.

Step 4: Start extracting audio from SWF videos. When all settings are ready, click "Convert Now" button to start converting SWF to MP3 or other audio format.

What's SWF and What is MP3?

SWF is short for ShockWave Flash file. Because SWF is the good solution to deliver media steams and display contents online, people changed to the acronym Small Web Format, in the purpose of eliminating confusion with a different technology, Shockwave, from which SWF was derived. SWF is just a media container format, which will also use the general audio codec like mp3, ac3, wma, etc. Therefore it's easy to extract audio from SWF video.

MP3 is a lossy audio encoding format for music playback. It is the most popular audio format for consumer audio storage, as well as the standard of digital audio compression for the transfer and playback of music on digital audio players. By converting SWF to MP3, you can use the audio in almost any movie making and DVD burning software.