Originally Posted by darknessdude16
Not being stupid but can you not just use Windows Movie Maker or any other equivalent. I would have thought so x
Yes. Open the avi in Movie Maker, and when it comes up, click on the video part in the timeline and click delete. Then you'd have to save it is a WMA and convert it to MP3. But an easier way to do it would be to download GoldWave (which is free and the same program I'd use to convert the WMA), open the avi in that and then save it as mp3. It might be a video format, but it will still load and give you the audio only.