How to remove sound (audio) from a video using Wondershare Video Editor (Filmora)



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This tutorial video will show you step by step how to remove the sound (audio) of a video using Wondershare Video Editor (Filmora).

You can do this with all kinds of video files such as AVI, MP4, MKV, WMV, DIVX and other formats.

Wondershare Video Editor is a cheap – but good and user friendly video editor with many features that you can use to create professional and nice looking videos or movies in just minutes.

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40 thoughts on “How to remove sound (audio) from a video using Wondershare Video Editor (Filmora)

  1. How about after editing and splitting the video many times when it no longer recognizes it as one solid video, but now several parts?

  2. how about removing text from the original video? please teach me how to do this using filmora or just any software who can do the magic. TIA

  3. Hey when there is video people talking and there is music in background,is it possible to delete music from background and just left people talking?And if it is then how?

  4. This is useless, if you are going to have to RE-ENCODE the video, then it's utter failure.. I need something like boilsoft video splitter which splits videos without encoding them.

  5. I recorded with music audio that I want to delete to add video audio, but when I delete the audio my voice goes as well should I record over to do it right

  6. I use Fraps to record my YouTube videos but it records the in-game music along with my voiceover. Removing background noise actually makes my voice sound metallic and the in-game music is still overpowering it. How can I dampen/lessen the in-game music without affecting my voiceover.

  7. Hi, love this software. Is it possible to remove a section of the unwanted background noise without losing the entire conversation in a clip.

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