How to Remove Audio From Video


When editing a video file, you may find it necessary to delete the audio tracks bundled with the file so you may reduce or add to the number of frames or synch with a different audio track. Thankfully, there are a range of video editing programs made for this purpose. The article references the VirtualDubMod program, although you may also achieve the same effect with free digital video editors like VirtualDub or SUPER, or with commercial products by Nero and Adobe.

Things You'll Need

  • VirtualDub, VirtualDubMod, SUPER, or other digital video editing software (see links).
  • Legal digital video
  • Launch VirtualDubMod. Click on "File," then "Open Video File." Navigate to the video file you want to remove audio from. Double-click the file.

  • Click on "Streams" in the menu bar. Select "Stream List."

  • Select the first audio track listed in the Stream List. Click the "Disable" button.

  • Repeat the previous step until you've disabled all audio tracks.

  • Select "Video" in the menu bar. Choose "Direct stream copy."

  • Click on "File," then "Save As." Type a name for your no-audio video, and select to save as an .avi. Click the "Save" button. Wait until VirtualDubMod finishes processing the file. The length of time required for this process will vary according to the video's length and the computer's hardware.

  • Open the file in a video player to ensure that the file is audio-free.

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