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How to Remove Audio from Video

If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably wondered how to remove audio from video footage. Luckily, wonder no more! In this blog post, I’ll show you how to do it quickly and easily.


If you have a video you want to share but don’t want the audio to be heard, you can remove the audio from the video. Depending on what software you have and what format your video is in, there are a few ways to do this. This guide will show you how to remove audio from a video using three different methods.

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What you’ll need to Remove Audio from Video

A video editing program. Adobe Premiere Pro is our top pick, but Final Cut Pro or iMovie will work just as well.

An audio file of the noise you want to remove. This can be a recording of the noise itself, or just a similar sound that will cover up the unwanted noise in your video.

Step One: Start up your video editing software and upload the video you want to edit.

The second step is to create a new audio track for your project by clicking the “Create New Audio Track” button in the audio tracks section of the timeline.

The third step is to drag and drop your audio file into the new audio track.

Step 4: To mute a section of the video, put the playhead at the start of that section and press the “m” key on your keyboard to create a marker.

Step 5: Move the playhead to the end of the section you want to mute. To create another marker, hit the “m” key again.

Step 6: To select both markers, hold down shift and click on each one. Then, right-click and choose “Add Fade In/Out.”

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And there you have it! You’ve successfully removed any unwanted audio from your video.

The process to Remove Audio from Video

You’ll need to use a video editing tool to take the audio out of a video. Wondershare Filmora is a great option because it’s user-friendly and can be used by people with any level of experience.

After you’ve launched Filmora, import the video you want to edit by clicking the “Audio Detach” button in the top-right corner of the interface.

After clicking the “Export” button, a new window will appear and ask you to select an audio output format. MP3 is a widely-supported format that we recommend choosing. Once you have made your selection, wait for the process to finish.

Tips and Tricks

If you have ever needed to delete the audio from a video, you will know that it is not as easy as just pressing the delete button. You need to use a program that is designed to take the audio off a video and save it as its own file.

There are many programs that can help you automate your blog posts, but we recommend using Audacity. It is a free and open source program that is specifically designed for editing audio files.

After you download and install Audacity, open the program. Then, click on File > Open. Find the video file you want to remove the audio from and click on Open.

The video file will now be loaded into Audacity. You will see two tracks, one for the video and one for the audio. To remove the audio, simply click on the track and press the delete key on your keyboard.

To save the file, go to File > Export > Export as MP3. Select a location to save the file and name it. Once you have completed these steps, hit Save and the MP3 file will be created.


Q: Can I remove the audio from a video completely?

A: It is possible to mute the audio completely or substitute it with a different audio recording.

Q: Will removing the audio from my video decrease the file size?

A: Yes, removing the audio from your video will decrease the file size. No, removing the audio from your video will not decrease the file size. In fact, it may slightly increase the file size due to the added data of the new audio track.


In general, you cannot delete audio from a video entirely without changing the video file’s encoding. Even if you use a program that claims to do this, the video quality will probably suffer. The best way to remove audio from a video is to use a program that can save the audio as a separate file. Once you have the audio saved separately, you can then delete it from the video file.

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