Deleting audio tracks added in another program

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Feb 13, 2019

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I have imported video into a Rush project that was edited and had audio added (I believe) in Final Cut Pro.

Is there a way to delete the audio track? When I click on the audio track, both the audio and video are highlighted. If I press delete, both are deleted.

I suppose I could just shrink and turn off the sound on the track, but this is a group project and I wanted to clean it up before adding new audio. .

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Select the clip on the timeline. Press the Audio Button, then press Mute. The audio waveform of the clip will turn from blue to gray, indicating it is muted:

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Deleting audio tracks added in another program

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I have imported video into a Rush project that was edited and had audio added (I believe) in Final Cut Pro.

Is there a way to delete the audio track? When I click on the audio track, both the audio and video are highlighted. If I press delete, both are deleted.

I suppose I could just shrink and turn off the sound on the track, but this is a group project and I wanted to clean it up before adding new audio. .

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Correct answer by Meg The Dog | Adobe Community Professional

Select the clip on the timeline. Press the Audio Button, then press Mute. The audio waveform of the clip will turn from blue to gray, indicating it is muted:

Screen Shot 2019-02-13 at 1.27.02 PM.png

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Select the clip on the timeline. Press the Audio Button, then press Mute. The audio waveform of the clip will turn from blue to gray, indicating it is muted:

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Thanks for that, Meg. I had muted it, but thought there might be a way to delete it. Clearly there isn't. Cheers

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