Learn how to download YouTube videos in MP3 in 6 steps

Learn how to download YouTube videos in MP3 in 6 steps

Currently, varied websites already allow you to download YouTube videos in MP3 format without having to install any programs. Everything online!

As much for the practicality of the file size as for the greater number of options to reproduce it, the format MP3 It is one of the best options for those who want to download audio content only.

Find out how to convert YouTube to MP3 in 6 simple steps!

1. Use the H2 Converter

H2 Converter - Download Youtube videos in MP3

Only for converting video to audio, H2 Converter offers nine formats many different. They are: mp3, aac, ogg, m4a, webm, wma, aif, flac and wav. To download the video file, there are nine other formats.

It also works normally on web browsers smartphones.

Check out other online alternatives to download MP3 videos:

2. Copy the video URL to the chosen website

Copy the address of the video page, as shown in the image below:

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In case of smartphones, if you are watching the video through the YouTube app, it is necessary to click on "Share" and then "Copy Link".

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3. Enter the URL in the box available on the chosen website

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4. Choose the format in which you want to download the file

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Most sites have the option of formats just below or next to the window where it is necessary to insert the video URL.

5. Wait while the converted file

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The conversion, in general, takes only a few seconds, but the time required will depend on the size of the file.

6. Download the converted file

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After converting the content, the website makes a button available download, to download the converted file.

From now on make use of your new MP3 file!

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Sabryna Esmeraldo

Proudly from Ceará, he graduated in Journalism in 2012 from the University of Fortaleza and is currently a Master's student in Communication, Art and Culture at the University of Minho, in Portugal. He has been working as a reporter since 2010, but a card geek since he was a child.