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How to mute audio


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I would like to know how to strip the background audio from video clips. I have clips that I took with my camera and I want to remove the background audio so that I can create a project with music/other audio. Thanks.

 

You cannot remove the audio from video clips but you can simply mute it when in Videowave or myDVD. Then you just add your new audio on any of the available audio tracks.

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I would like to know how to strip the background audio from video clips. I have clips that I took with my camera and I want to remove the background audio so that I can create a project with music/other audio. Thanks.

 

I split the topic since you posted to one that is almost exactly opposite from what you are asking.

 

Add the video file (files) to Edit Video -Advanced. Click on it and select internal track. When that opens, click on show/hide tracks. Click on Native to put an "X" in the box. Close that . You will see a new track named native audio. Click on the blue button on the left of that audio track. It will change to red. Close out of the internal track (done) your audio is muted (but still there if you decide to use it later).

 

Hint if you want audio to last only as long as that video, when you are in the internal track, add the audio to a music or other audio track. That music will now last only as long as that video is displayed and will stay with the video if you decide to move the video around. Otherwise it will last as the music is long.

 

Hint 2 if you want to use more than one piece of music, add the first to the music track and the second to an audio track (SFX). You can then cause the music to fade and by moving the tracks back and forth, the music will normally fade niocely from one to the other.

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