Pull Audio from Video

A movie clip can have an amazing theme song that you would like to add to your playlist or use as your ringtone. Or maybe you’ve come across music in a video that would go well with your visual content. The right tool can help you pull the audio from video without hurting its quality.

Keevi, our super-powerful online content editor, allows you to extract an MP3 audio file from video free, quick, and efficiently. 

You can choose to either extract the whole audio or trim it and extract only part of the audio, such as the chorus or a verse in a song. Keevi then allows you to save the extracted audio file in your preferred file format.

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How to Extract Music From a Video

There is no need to download and install expensive and complicated software when you can use Keevi for free. You get to extract audio from any video online in 3 simple and quick steps.

We will show you how you can extract audio from any video file you have saved on your computer or extract a video directly from YouTube. We will then show you how you can separate the audio from the video.

With Keevi’s trim and cut feature, you can extract only the part of the audio you want and repurpose it. And then, you can save on your PC or share directly on social media.


Upload Your Video

Start by adding your video to Keevi. You can upload it from your computer by clicking “Browse” or pull it directly from YouTube by inserting its link on the space in the upload panel.

Once the upload is successful, you can trim or cut parts of the video you don’t want to include.  

  • To trim it, click either of the two handles on the edges of the videos sub-track in the timeline, and drag inwards.
  • To cut a part out, place the blue pointer in the start time of the part you want to cut and click “Split.” Then place it on its end time and click “Split.” Then click on the delete icon to discard it.  

Use Audio Separator

Click on “Audio” and select the audio extractor to pull the sound of the video.

Keevi will rip audio from video. You will now have two sub-tracks on the timeline—audio and video. You can click on the video sub-track and tap the delete icon to discard it.

You have the option to download the audio or music file as an MP3 or any other file format. Or you could add some background features.

You can add an image, video, GIF, subtitles, or text.

To add an image or video, click on “Add Media at the top, and on your left, click on either “Add Image” or “Add Video.” Keevi will redirect you to the upload panel, where you can choose an image or video from your computer or choose from the thousands of royalty-free images and videos. 

Keep in mind that you can add as many images as you need or a series of short videos. Adjust their start and end times by dragging their sub-tracks on the timeline.

Feel free to:

  • Click “Subtitles” and select “Auto subtitles” to automatically generate and add subtitles to your audio.
  • Select “Stickers” and choose “Giphy” to select a GIF. Or you can tap “Emojis” to use as many emojis as you need.
  • Use the text on your audio. Select “Text” and type in your words in the text box. You can add animation effects, change the font, size, and color of the text. You can also choose a start and end time for the text and change its position on the screen.

Playback the audio with the elements you have added. You can adjust their position, add and delete some aspects, and even trim or cut parts of the audio. 


Click “Export,” and Keevi will render your work in seconds. You can then download your final audio file as an MP3 or choose any other file format of your choice. Keevi also makes it possible to push your audio directly to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media platforms.


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How to Extract Music from a Video?

If there is a video with background music that you would want to extract and use in your content, use Keevi to extract it online and without downloading software or an app.

  1. Upload your video to Keevi or extract it from YouTube.
  2. Click on “Audio’ and select Keevi’s audio extractor. Separate audio and video sub-tracks will appear on the timeline. Delete the video’s sub-track.
  3. Click “Export” to download the music file in your preferred file format.
How to Extract MP3 from Video?

You can extract MP3 from video online using Keevi—a powerful content editing tool. It takes 3 quick steps.

  1. Upload the video to Keevi or extract it from YouTube.
  2. Click on “Audio’ and tap on the audio extractor. Two sub-tracks will be on the timeline, one for audio and another for the video. Delete the video’s sub-track.
  3. Hit “Export” and choose to download your audio as an MP3 file. 
How to Extract Background Music from a Video?

If you have background music that does not match a video and want to pull it out, it is possible using Keevi. Upload the video to Keevi, click on “Audio’ and select the audio extractor. Separate audio and video sub-tracks will appear on the timeline. Delete the video’s sub-track and hit “Export” to download the audio on your computer.

Why Keevi?

  • Keevi is free and works online.
  • It has a beginner-friendly user interface. No special video editing skills are needed.
  • Keevi is fast and powerful. You can upload your video and download your audio in seconds.
  • Our online content editing tool offers lots of customization features, including adding an image or video to your audio.
  • Keevi makes it possible to upload a video and download your audio in a variety of formats.
  • You can push your extracted audio directly to your social media.

How Keevi Compares to Other Audio From Video Extractor Software?

Keevi Audio Video Separator Software
Keevi is a cloud-based content editor. You don’t need to download software or apps to use it. You need to subscribe, download, and install the software to use it.
You can add elements like text, subtitles, and GIF to your extracted audio without having to switch between tools. You can also add an image or video from Keevi’s stock library or use your own. It limits you to only extracting audio from video. You need to get another software to add text, subtitles, images, or videos.
You can trim or cut the video before extracting audio from it. You can only rip audio from video in its original length.
You can extract a video directly from YouTube and extract audio from it. You need to have your video on your computer to use the audio separator.
The quality of audio extracted remains high. It interferes with the quality of audio extracted.

Why You Need to use an online Audio Extractor

There is no doubt that people love music, 68% of people aged 18 to 34 admit to listening to music every day. Music generates powerful emotions and playing it in the background of your video tells your audience what to feel about your content. It generates a positive feeling that can make them react positively to your message and heed your call to action.

Background music can also act as the bridge that helps you transition smoothly between ideas in your content. And when your content flows well, your audience will have a better chance of comprehending and remembering it.  

Music is effective in aiding memory recall, and 66% of people believe music is more memorable when used in marketing. Take advantage of this power to make your content stick in your audience’s minds by adding background music tracks that evoke happy feelings.

What’s a Rich Text element?

The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.

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Static and dynamic content editing

A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!

How to customize formatting for each rich text

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.