How To Remove Audio From Video
Usually when filming, your camera will have a built-in microphone to pick up sound even without using a boom or radio mic. The quality isn’t fantastic but often the track is tied to the video file, so the sound will be there during editing whether you want it or not. Here we’ll explain how to remove sound from the video - either small bits of unwanted noise or entire tracks - in VideoStudio.
1. Install VideoStudio
To install VideoStudio video editing software on your PC, download and run the installation file above. Continue following on-screen instructions to complete the setup process.
2. Right click and select Split Audio
With your clip on the timeline, select the clip you wish to remove or detach audio from. Right-click the video clip and select Split Audio.
3. Make adjustments as needed
This will separate the audio clip from the video track and put it on a track of it’s own. To remove the audio, simply delete this track. Alternatively, you can also right-click and select MUTE - this will mute the track, while leaving the option to unmute it should you wish to come back to it at a later point.
VideoStudio does more than just remove sound from videos
Check out some of the other video editing features in VideoStudio, like add voiceover to video, add music to your video, normalize audio, and more! Create high quality videos in a fun and easy to use video editor and make your movies stand out more than ever.
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