I have some WMA and DivX files I'd like to extract the sound from to make MP3s. This does not have to be great quality--they are video taped lectures that I'm using to study for my medical boards. I'm just going on a long trip and would like to make MP3s out of them so I can listen to them in my car so I don't need top-notch quality (they are pretty crappy quality to start with). What program(s) would you guys recommend for doing this? the easier the program is to obtain and learn to use the better. I have CDBurnerXP Pro3 and I noticed that it has a function to rip audio files to MP3--can I use that or is there something I can download that would be easier? Any help (and as much detail on how to use the program as you care to give) is greatly appreciated!
Maybe u can try ImTOO Audio Maker (http://www.imtoo.com/audio-maker.html). After u install and start the program, u can see three main functions,that is Convert, Rip, Burn.
Click Convert module, then click Add button, import the video files from which u want to get audio into the file list, and check all the items in the list, then select the needed audio format in the Profile area, finally, u just need to click Convert button, audios of these videos will be converted to the selected format and output to the selected folder(default to c:temp). moreover, u can click Advanced button in the Profile area, enter advanced setting to set some advanced parameters.
i visit that web ,and download ImTOO Audio Maker V3.0 to convert. it's very fast to solve my problem. it's so great!!! and i decide to buy this software. anyway, thank u for your advice! u help me greatly!!!