The YouTube to MP3 converter is a great tool for both editing and streaming videos or audio. We have been using it for years. It works well with our videos. However, it does not work as well with our blog posts, for example. Why? Because we do not want to compress the audio in our posts and we do not want to take up space on our blog by placing a YouTube video within them. In addition, there are some issues with the YouTube plugin that can cause problems if you are trying to work with the plugin on your Wordpress site. Let’s explore these issues together and see if they can be avoided or improved.
The process of converting videos to an audio file is a very simple one. You can use the free online converter at https://mp3s.yt/ or you can do it manually. If you already have a YouTube account, then you can go to the "Convert Videos" tab and click on your YouTube video to get started: If you don't have a YouTube account, you should create one now at https://www.youtube.com/account. YouTube will ask for your name and email address so that the team can keep an eye on your account activity; otherwise, just click "Create Account" and voila! You should see your first video conversion in a few minutes and all other conversions will take place within two hours of that one: Once your conversion is complete, you'll see a pop-up message asking if you want to save the output as an MP3 file; select "Yes" if you want to save it as an MP3 file (and be careful of this option because there are other, more advanced options available); otherwise, activate "Save as Video", which will convert your video into a WebM format file ready for downloading (and thus saving.