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Old 16 Jun 2008, 07:33 PM   #1
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This instruction aims to teach you how to extract audios from videos and convert audios between popolar formats. Any audio converter is produced by anvsoft company,designed to extract the background music or sound from videos.

Suppotable formats

Suppotable Input Formats: MP3, WMA, WAV, WMV, ASF, VOB, MPG, DV, M1V, M2V, MOV, MPEG-4, 3GP, RM, RMVB and FLV.
Supportable Output Formats: MP3, WMA, AAC and OGG.


Step 1 Download
Download any audio converter at and install it.

Step 2 Add Media Files
Click Add Media Files on the top of the main window and select the videos you want to convert.

Step 3 Set output format and Folder
Set output format and folder at the bottom of the main window. The default format is .mp3.
Step 4 Start encoding
Click Start encoding on the top of the main window to start encoding.

Please note that
* Any audio converter works on windows XP and windows vista 32-bit, but not windows vista 64-bit.

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Old 16 Jun 2008, 08:51 PM   #2
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The converter does not appear to work on AC3, so I am not sure how it can be "any" audio converter. Plus it says it is "currently" free. I am not sure if that means it will always be so, especially since it says click on download to try it.


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I guess you are promoting or selling the "CableNote" and the other AVC programs?

BTW, Cloris ... your any-audio-converter screenshot looks a lot like "Xili...." ... and their software is loaded with Trojans (according to various Forums) ... they happen to be out of China ...

I tried to figure out where is the company that offers this any-audio-converter freeware ... and I could not find anything on them!

Hmmm !!!

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