Download Audio Tracks from Web Video Easily with Evom

Aug 26, 2010 - 12 Comments

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Evom is a great free app that converts video to audio tracks and lets you easily download the audio of flash movies from the web. The interface is dead simple, just drag a URL or file into the app and the video will download or convert for you.

Downloading Audio Tracks and Songs with Evom

Now here’s what I think is the best part about the app: you can easily download video and just save the audio track as an mp3, letting you play it in iTunes. This is great when you find a video with a remixed song or audio lesson that you love but you can’t track it down otherwise, which is often the case with more obscure music and some web audio.

Here’s how to download and convert a video to a song:

  • Drag the video URL into Evom
  • Select ‘iTunes’ and click on ‘Save as audio only (mp3)’
  • Click on “Convert”

Evom will then download the video from the web, and then extract and convert the audio to MP3 format and automatically import it into iTunes.

Yes, you can download Flash videos to your Mac with just Safari, but Evom is nice because it will also convert the video file for you to a format that is compatible with iTunes and thus your iPhone, iPad, or whatever.

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Evom is actually much more than just a way to download web videos and songs, it will convert and save most video formats you throw at it. It’s a great app, simple to use, and free.

You can download Evom here, highly recommended!

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Posted by: William Pearson in Mac OS X, Utilities

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  1. Rich says:

    Nice. I’ve been using a Firefox extension to download the song, but now I don’t have to that anymore. Thanks.

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  3. GGeek says:

    I download YouTube videos from the Activity menu in Safari, then extract the audio with iExtractMp3 (also free). Works like the charm!

    Nice to know there are so many alternatives, of course. I’m still trying to figure out how to download Hulu videos, though…

  4. Tall_Guy says:

    Is there anything like this that will automatically download any music that is “thumbs-uped” on Pandora, then add it to your iTunes library?

  5. DArk_KNight says:

    this shi* is nt workin…i keep tryin to drag the url into the app..and it says that lookin 4 videos i of 1 places..or somrthin like that..and then it says no videos or url could b found…WTF.?

  6. ellophant says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA OH MY GOSH. I’m so happy right now you have no idea.

  7. Jani says:

    Guys this isnt working. When I go to itunes under Evom it has a numbered name and it’s 1 min long… can anyone tell me what’s going on?

  8. Moonira says:

    theres no evom app??? pls explain

  9. llll says:

    you have to actually type in t google “evom download for mac” and you should find it. of just got to-

    http://www.thelittleappfactory.com/evom/

  10. Vassilis says:

    The most useless application I have ever come across. It crashes all the time. In one rare occasion it created the evom playlist on iTunes, the actual file was lost…

  11. Yan Vianna says:

    Works for Me!

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