How to Convert PVR to Audio Files
PVR, with its TV-show-recording feature, could be a useful study tool for language learners. For instance, a language learner can record some famous speeches, presidential election debate, or US TV series, and then replay the recordings and do some shadowing with the talks, or practice listening comprehension with the audios. However, as the PVR videos are always in big sizes, it is very inconvenient for languages learners who only need the audio parts to store them in MP3 players or iPods or any other audio players.
For all those who have demands on extracting PVR videos to audios, here is the best solution: to convert PVR to audio and save as MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA, AIFF, FLAC, M4A, or MKA, etc. via a professional PVR to Audio Converter. I’ve found the best one to be Doremisoft Video Converter (Video Converter for Mac). You can download a free trial version from Doremisoft and see how it goes as the following guide:
Tips: Doremisoft Video Converter can help you convert PVR videos to most common video formats and popular mobile devices like iPad, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, etc. and to the famous applications such as AE, Premiere, iMovie, Windows Movie Maker and more. You can have a try if necessary.
Step 1: Import PVR videos to the converter
For preparation, you need to transfer the PVR videos to your computer, install and launch the converter. After that, click ”Add File” and locate the PVR videos from your computer to the PVR to Audio Converter.
Step 2: Set targeted output format
Click to the menu bar of “Profile” and then choose the targeted output format from the drop-down list. Various audio formats are already preset in the “Common Audio” Tab, for example, you can extract PVR to MP3, PVR to AAC, PVR to WMA, PVR to WAV, etc. Just choose the one that fit you most.
Step 3: Convert PVR to audio
When you are content with all the settings above, you can then hit the big “Start”button to begin the conversion. Wait a moment, the conversion will be done nicely, and then you can easily import the converted audio files to MP3 players or whatever audio players you like.