How can I convert WebM files to MP3 format on Mac? Read this article to learn the way of extracting audio tracks from WebM files and save them as MP3 on Mac.
A WebM file is a compressed video saved in the WebM format, an open, high-quality video standard. It stores video compressed using VP8 technology and audio compressed using Ogg Vorbis compression. WebM files are commonly used for delivering online videos using the HTML5 video tag.
The WebM container format is based on the Matroska container, which stores Matroska video in .MKV files. Most major Web browsers will support WebM as part of HTML5 video delivery. WebM is an alternative to the patented h.264 and MPEG4 standards, and is suitable for commercial and non-commercial applications.
If for some reason you need to extract sound tracks from WebM files and get them exported as MP3 format, you will need a WebM to MP3 converter program. Learn how to use Gmagon TryToMP3 to change WebM to MP3 format on a Mac.
To convert WebM files to MP3 on Mac, follow these steps:
Step 1. Install and run Gmagon TryToMP3 on your Mac. Click “Continue” to try it out or click “Buy” to purchase it directly.
Step 2. After clicking “Continue”, switch to “Convert”, and the following interface will pop up.
Step 3. Click “Import files” or “Import directory” to add WebM files that you want to convert to MP3. More than converting WebM files to MP3, this app can also convert a wide variety of other video/audio files to MP3 format on Mac.
After files loaded, click “Output directory” to set output path. When ready, click “Convert” to start. When the conversion is complete, click “Reveal in Folder” to find the generated MP3 files.
As shown above, this is the simple process of extracting audio tracks from WebM and save them as MP3 format on Mac OS X via using Gmagon TryToMP3.