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Convert Audio to Video with Simple Steps using Easy Voice Recorder

In this post, I will walk you through on how you can convert your voice notes, recordings or any audio file to video using only your Android phone. At the end of this post, you will learn how to easily create a video in 1080P MP4 format from any audio file. Let’s get started!

Things you will need

  • An Android phone or tablet
  • $3.99
  • Buy Easy Voice Recorder Pro from Google Play

How can I convert audio to video?

After purchasing Easy Voice Recorder Pro, open the app. Select the recording tab from the tabs above and start recording by pressing the record button at the bottom of the screen, just above the home button.
When you run the app for the first time, you will need to select a folder to store recordings, and allow Easy Voice Recorder Pro to use the microphone to capture audio. You can change the folder where the recordings can be stored at any time.
When your recording is finished, press the OK button and go to the listen tab from the tabs above. Here you will find that particular recording.
If your recording is currently playing, skip the share, delete and rename options, and press other options, then press Make video from the pop-up menu. If you haven’t started the audio playback, press the item menu button next to your file, and choose Make Video.

Easy Voice Recorder Pro will have a cover image ready for you to make your job a little easier and to show themselves off. You can create a video directly using this image; You can also use a photo from your gallery for the video by pressing the select photo button. After you’re done with selecting images, uncheck include app name and add text in the options that appear, press the Make Video button and wait for your video to render. This processing time may vary depending on the size of your audio recording and your processor performance, but on my Samsung S21 FE, a 3-minute audio file turned into a video in about 10 seconds.

After the video making process is completed, your default notification sound will play and the app will notify you that the conversion process is finished.

Convert an existing audio file to a video

It is also possible to do this with Easy Voice Recorder Pro. Open the app and switch to the listen tab. Here press the more options button and select Import. Select the file you want to make a video on the screen that pops up. You will be able to see that the audio file you selected has been added to the recordings in the Listen tab. You can create 1080p video in .MP4 format from this audio file by following the same process as I described above.

Where are the videos created by the app saved?

The video files created by the application are saved in the Movies folder in the internal memory of your device.


Easy voice recorder is only easy by the name but it is a versatile recording app that indeed worths paying for.
Download Easy Voice Recorder Pro

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Salih Kunduz

Co-founder of Accessible Android, he has been using Android since 2013. He closely follows social media and global accessibility developments and has worked with many Android developers to make their apps and services accessible.

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