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Split audio from video?

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Feb 08, 2019

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This may be obvious, and it may be covered somewhere, or it may just be obviously impossible, but I can't find anything covering the case.

I've got some video of a child with Twinkle Twinkle little star being played. I want to cut it in half so that just the first bit of the song is playing. Unfortunately the child is smiling more in the second part of the footage - so ideally I'd like to keep the audio track from the first bit of footage, but delete the pictures, and splice that audio over the second bit of footage.

However while I can split the clip, and I can shrink the audio track within the clip, I can't work out how to delete just the audio without deleting the pictures, and vice versa. Is this even possible?

Any advice on this appreciated!

Hi TimY!

Here's another thread on the topic: How to split audio and visual clips

You could also put the second portion of the video above the first part on the second track and put the audio from the smiling part down a track, then mute that track. It would use the audio from the first part of the video and the visual from the second.

Let me know if that's helpful!

Caroline

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Split audio from video?

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This may be obvious, and it may be covered somewhere, or it may just be obviously impossible, but I can't find anything covering the case.

I've got some video of a child with Twinkle Twinkle little star being played. I want to cut it in half so that just the first bit of the song is playing. Unfortunately the child is smiling more in the second part of the footage - so ideally I'd like to keep the audio track from the first bit of footage, but delete the pictures, and splice that audio over the second bit of footage.

However while I can split the clip, and I can shrink the audio track within the clip, I can't work out how to delete just the audio without deleting the pictures, and vice versa. Is this even possible?

Any advice on this appreciated!

Hi TimY!

Here's another thread on the topic: How to split audio and visual clips

You could also put the second portion of the video above the first part on the second track and put the audio from the smiling part down a track, then mute that track. It would use the audio from the first part of the video and the visual from the second.

Let me know if that's helpful!

Caroline

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Hi TimY!

Here's another thread on the topic: How to split audio and visual clips

You could also put the second portion of the video above the first part on the second track and put the audio from the smiling part down a track, then mute that track. It would use the audio from the first part of the video and the visual from the second.

Let me know if that's helpful!

Caroline

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Thanks for the tips Caroline – I’ll have a play using the work arounds you suggest and see what I can do!

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I ran into this issue yesterday and came up with a workaround. I imported the video clip into Quicktime and saved out the audio which I was then able to import in to Rush and lay in under another graphic running in the piece I was working on. Worked like a charm.

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