You might want to share your favorite audio records on YouTube or Facebook, but these services do not support uploading audio files. Even sharing audio in Facebook requires uploading your file to third-party server, then providing the link to the audio, or sharing the flash content. I developed RealA2V to help you convert audio files to video format so that you can easily upload them to YouTube, Facebook or other video hosting or sharing service. Using RealA2V, you can share your audio records (such as interviews, lectures, language lessons, or radio audio records) and MP3 music and songs on YouTube and Facebook. Without RealA2V, you need to use a video editing software (such as, Windows Movie Maker) or multimedia tool (such as MS PhotoStory 3.0) to combine audio with video file or a series of pictures, which is time consuming and require adjusting and timing skills. RealA2V uses a smart technique to combine audio with one single picture and show it throughout the video clip in a couple of clicks.
1. No need to learn how to use video editing tool to combine audio with video or pictures.
2. Converted AVI video files are supported by Facebook and YouTube.
3. Keeps the same quality of audio file.
4. Allows you to choose your picture to be synchronized with audio.
5. Supports unlimited number of audio file formats (WAV, WMA, MP3, etc.).
Updated: 3 August, 2012
First release: 1 January, 2012
Standard Windows-style setup wizard with uninstall capability.
File size: 9.0 MB
Requirements: Microsoft Windows (XP/Vista/7/8, 32 or 64 bit).
The demo version comes with full features an for unlimited time. A “RealA2V” caption is shown over the video outputs.
How to use it?
1. Click “Open” button and select the audio file (MP3, WAV, or WMA) you need to convert to video. Wait for seconds until the audio file is loaded successfully into the player.
2. Choose one of the sample pictures, or click on “Add Your Picture” to combine your own picture with the audio. To ensure the quality of video output picture, you need to resize your picture to 320×240 pixel using any simple photo editor (such as MS Office Picture Manager) or Photoshop.
3. Click the “Convert” button to save the converted video file (in AVI format) in your local drive.
4. When prompted, select a video codecs (compressor), such as “Microsoft Video 1”, then click OK button.
5. Wait for seconds until the video is converted and saved to your computer.
6. Upload the AVI video file to YouTube or share it with your friends on Facebook.