You can open it right away after the installation is done. The first thing you can do now is going to Media and then Convert/Save, or press Ctrl+R if you prefer keyboard shortcuts.
The next screen will ask you to choose an output format, which in this case would be Audio – MP3. You’ll still need to select the destination for the file, so click Browse and navigate to the folder where you want the audio file to be generated. Make sure the new file’s name ends in .mp3 before you save it. When you’re finished, click Save to return to the previous screen.
Although this option is faster, it is less user-friendly because the terminal is required. Let’s have fun anyway!
To begin, go to the FFmpeg website and download FFmpeg. Enter the resulting folder after extracting the archive. Shift+right-click the bin folder, select open command window from the context menu. Alternatively, you can go to the bin folder and type cmd into Explorer’s address bar to open a command prompt there.
Now that you are in the terminal, type the following command:
ffmpeg -i mp4path mp3path
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