Convert Web Video and Flash to MP3 on Mac
Every once in a while you’ll come across a song or video on the web that you just can’t find anywhere else. Maybe it’s a remix, maybe it’s an interview you want to listen to, whatever it is, you can easily convert that web video’s audio track to an MP3 file, which can then go onto your iPod or iPhone. Here’s how to convert any video to an mp3 file for free.
How to Convert Video to MP3
We’re going to download and use a free third party tool to accomplish the conversion.
- Download and launch Evom from here (it’s a free download)
- Allow Evom to download the necessary codec files so conversions can take place
- Once Evom is loaded, drag and drop the URL you want converted into the app
- Select “Save as audio only (mp3)
- Click on “Convert”
- Give Evom a few minutes to download the video and convert it to MP3
When Evom is finished, the newly converted mp3 file will appear in your iTunes playlist.
That’s really all there is to it, it’s very easy. You’ll probably want to edit the files info to make it properly appear within iTunes, by default the track title starts with the URL name. You can also just copy and paste songs into the the app to convert them, but I found a lot of videos were reported as ‘Not found’ when using copy and paste, so I would recommend dragging and dropping the URL into the app instead.