Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Simplest way to claim your favorite mp3 song

It is well known that sometimes is a time consuming job to search the internet and find your favorite musical piece. Many people use torrents, peer-2-peers services but that is a risky task because of the piracy terms and rules, others just pay for the song. However a simple solution to claim for free your favorite audio file is offered by the videotomp3converter.com website.

You can use either a software program to convert video files to mp3 or you can do it also online. By such methods you can quickly convert a video so that you can add the new file to your phone, Apple iPod or Sony PSP (PlayStation Portable). The video converter is very easy to use and has a user-friendly interface. The principle of operation is trivial, for example add your favorite videos, select the format in which to make the video conversion and wait. Your video files can be converted in various formats such as: mp3, flv, swf, mpg, avi, wmv, ogg, wav, aac, wma, etc.. The best option of such a conversion service relies on the fact that you can download videos directly from video sharing sites like YouTube, Metacafe, Google video, and you are delivered straight an output file in the chosen format. So far, this procedure consisted of two steps: first it was supposed to download the video and subsequently to convert it. However in the new software the only thing you must do is just to copy and paste the link of your preferred song and the job is done. The video converter is freeware, can be downloaded from youtube to mp3 website and is compatible with most versions of Windows OS from W2000 to W7 on both 32 and 64 bit platforms.


Paul Padurariu July 15, 2011 at 1:01 PM  

This is an interesting website. I have used such software, but never an online tool.
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