How to use DVD to M4A converter to extract M4A from DVD movies
Have you ever thought of extracting audio file from video like from DVD videos as both the video and audio files in DVD are usually high in quality? You may want make the extracted audio files into a ringtone, an audio drama, etc. But, how? In this case, you can simply make use of a iOrgSoft DVD to M4A Converter to help you finish the extraction.
Why should you output M4A files? M4A is actually encoded with Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) as an audio-only file extension. And it stands for MPEG 4 Audio, which was intended as the successor to MP3 generally. Because of the better quality and smaller size compared to MP3 files, you can convert DVD to M4A rather than to MP3.
How to use this iOrgSoft DVD to M4A Converter?
As to its usage, I’ll show you how to use it step by step as below:
Part 1: Do with the conversion
Step 1: Download DVD to M4A Converter freely and have it installed on your PC. Then you can also launch it to get ready.
Step 2: Load DVD movies or DVD folder
It’s quite simply for you to import the files. In this step, you can click to load the DVD movie, and if you want to load a folder, you can also click to select "Load DVD Folder".
Step 3: Set the output format
Here, you can select the output format as M4A by striking the "Profile" bar to choose "M4A MPEG-4 Audio(*.m4a)". In addition, you can also set your output path by hitting the "Output" bar to select a path for saving.
Step 4: Do some modification
In this step, you can click "Edit" to do trimming to the movies, that is, you can set the start time and end time by trimming the movies. Then hit "OK" to finish trimming.
Step 5: Do some further setting
Here for those professional users, you can as well set more features for the output audio files like the bit rate, audio channel, audio sample rate, and audio encoder, etc. Click the "Setting" button beside the "Profile" bar you’ll see the frame as below:
Step 6: Begin to Convert DVD to M4A
At the end, you should begin the conversion by striking the big green button, i.e. the "Start" button. When it finishes, you can find out your converted files by clicking "Find Target" beside the "Output" bar.