Free MP3 Recorder for YouTube

Free MP3 Recorder for YouTube

    EASY TO USE

  1. Copy YouTube URL
  2. Paste and hit RECORD
  3. Wait till completed
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1.0 for Windows
Chapter #1

Is it legal to download audio and video from YouTube?

It still remains a very controversial issue. However, the leading YouTube audio-ripping site YouTube-MP3.org agreed to shut down after being sued by a huge coalition of record labels. Soon after, some popular online services for downloading from YouTube stopped supporting output audio formats. Thus, the answer to the question above is rather no than yes. However, with stream-ripping now cited as one of the music industry’s most despised enemies, Free MP3 Recorder for YouTube can achieve the same job, without falling foul of the law.
Chapter #2

What makes Free MP3 Recorder for YouTube special?

Even though there are a handful of both web and desktop apps out there that promise to do the same, Free MP3 Recorder for YouTube’s method is entirely different. Part of that involves audio being processed on the user’s machine – not by stream-ripping as such – but by stream-recording. Free MP3 Recorder for YouTube doesn’t download any YouTube content. It lets play YouTube audio tracks in real time and record audio straight from the sound card of your computer. It is a straightforward, convenient and absolutely legal way to extract audio from YouTube videos and to save it to your pc.

How to record audio from YouTube videos?

Just follow these simple steps:
– launch Free MP3 Recorder for YouTube
– copy and paste a YouTube link into the input field
– choose output audio format: MP3 or FLAC (lossless)
– click the ‘Record’ button

Note: All the computer sounds, excepting audio being recorded, are automatically disabled as soon as the recording process starts. After the recording is complete, all sounds are turned back on.

Tip: Free MP3 Recorder for YouTube allows recording any number of audio tracks. It is possible to add up to 3 YouTube links to the queue.

Requirements:
– Windows 10, 8, 7 or Vista (32-bit or 64-bit versions)
– Microsoft .Net Framework 4.5.5 (or later)
– Administrator rights to control the sound settings