Job ripping, better known by digital, is the process of copying audio or video content from compact discs, DVDs, or media (such as YouTube) onto a computer’s hard drive. In this post, we will look at how to extract audio and video from YouTube using an Android device.
Watching YouTube videos is great – but what if you just want to listen? To separate audio from a video can let you enjoy YouTube content anywhere. Various services and applications out there allow you to extract audio from YouTube videos. However, these have their downsides. Some are adware, while others charge a fee if you need more than 5 or 10 minutes.
Visit website Peggo. Peggo is a digital format (DVR) website that records MP3 files of your favorite YouTube videos and songs. SoundCloud. It’s fast, simple, well designed, and has lots of great features like built-in search, subtets offsets, and artist and title tags. Peggo also does amazing things that no other recorder can do, like uncovering ID3 metadata, removing unwanted silence, and normalizing the volume of each MP3 to the same degree of comfort.
Peggo is not on the Play Store. You need to enable the option Unknown source on your Android device (see image below), get the APK file (5.42mb) from link hey, click on the notification Download Complete and then press Install when prompted.
How to Rip Audio from YouTube with Peggo
How to Rip Videos from YouTube
The steps to extract video from YouTube are basically the same as the steps in extracting audio above, only that there is no option. Cancel Delete and not Standard . Note that the video is split as MP4.
- Open Peggo and search for, or paste your YouTube or video link, for example Rihanna’s Work
- Click on the appropriate YouTube video you want to split
- To rip YouTube videos, you will have to choose MP4 quality:
- Finally, click on the green bar Record MP4 to extract audio from YouTube videos
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