Sometimes, you can find audio that would be perfect for your new content. It could be the theme song of a movie or a powerful voice-over with a video. Instead of hiring a video editor or paying for complex software or apps to extract the audio, use Keevi.
With Keevi, you can rip MP3 from MP4 in a few minutes. You can choose to either extract the whole audio and use it as you wish, or you could trim the video and extract only part of the audio. You also get to save the audio in your preferred format or share it on social media.
You don’t have to worry about messing it up. Keevi’s user interface is beginner-friendly and you can get audio from MP4 in a few easy steps.
Why use your money on expensive software when you can extract audio from any video online in under 5 minutes?
We will show you how to go about it in 3 quick steps.
Keevi allows you to extract audio from any video file you have saved on your PC or extract a video directly from YouTube and then separate the audio from the video.
You can then extract only part of the audio by trimming or cutting the video. Or you can extract the audio from the MP4, then remove the unwanted parts.
Upload a video using Keevi. You can either click “Browse” to upload the video from your computer or insert the link to a YouTube video in the space provided.
Once you have uploaded or extracted the YouTube video, you can click and drag the white handles on the edges of the video’s sub-tract to either trim the video to the first or last few seconds or minutes.
You can also cut parts out. Click on the starting time of the section you want to cut out and tap “Split” then click on its end time and click “Split”. Hit the delete icon.
Once you have the part of the video you want to extract audio from, click “Audio” and select “Separate Audio”.
Keevi will pull audio from MP4, and the audio’s sub-track will appear on the timeline.
You can delete the video by clicking its sub-track on the timeline and tapping on the delete icon. Once you are done, you can move to the next step of downloading the audio as an MP3. Or you could make a few tweaks to your audio first.
You can add an image that will be in the background of your audio. Click on “Add Media” and select “Add Image”. You can either click “Browse” to choose an image from your computer or click “Stock Images” and choose from the thousands of royalty-free images provided by Keevi.
Keevi allows you to add as many images as you need. You can position them on the audio by dragging each image’s sub-track on the timeline. You could adjust their start and end time by dragging the white handles on the sub-track.
You can also add a video. Click “Add Media, and select “Add Video”. You get to either choose your new video from your computer or choose one from the royalty-free stock videos.
You could also make your content more engaging by:
Play back your audio and check if the audio and background image or video is right. If there is a part of the audio you would want to remove, use the trim or split function to get rid of it.
Hit “Export” and Keevi will render your audio in seconds. You can download it to your computer as an MP3 file or in any other sound format of your preference. Or you can share it across social media.
You can rip MP3 from MP4 online in 3 quick steps using Keevi:
You can quickly get audio from an MP4 without downloading any app or software. Use Keevi to:
You don’t need to have special editing skills to get MP3 from MP4 using Keevi. Keevi is beginner-friendly and works in 3 easy steps:
You can pull audio from an MP4 video file that is on YouTube using Keevi. Keevi is a simple online content editing tool that makes it possible to extract an MP4 directly from YouTube in one click. You can then separate the audio from the MP4, and save your audio in your computer in any sound format. You can also push it back to YouTube.
Over 50% of U.S consumers listen to audio podcasts and 65% of podcast listeners are likely to consider buying a product or service after hearing about it in a podcast.
This makes podcasts an excellent way to grow your market. You can use Keevi to extract audio from your MP4 video and distribute it as a podcast that your audience can listen to.
Your audience is also more likely to pay attention to audio content than text.
This is because, unlike an audio that keeps them engaged, most people get distracted when reading an article and end up only reading the headings and highlighted points.
A major advantage of audio content is that your audience does not have to sit still to consume it, especially if they are busy. They can listen when jogging, driving, or doing other tasks.
The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.
A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!
Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.
The GIF Captioner is not the only tool Keevi has to offer. You can spice up your content by using Keevi to:
You can convert audio and mp3 files to text with Keevi. This online video editing tool lets you edit the transcript and even download it.
Convert MP4 to text quickly and easily using Keevi. No software downloads or special training required.