filmora go
FilmoraGo

Easy-to-Use Video Editing App

appstore
Download on the App Store
Get it on Google Play
Filmora Full Tutorial - Beginner to Pro
try free try free

Detach Audio Tutorial

Download Filmora and practice right now.

Practice now and learn better.

How to Deatch Audio Using Filmora

You can detach audio from your video to get the music file and use it elsewhere. That means you can film a concert with your mobile device and later make an MP3 of your favorite piece of music using Filmora. Detaching audio with Filmora is a walk in the park: all you have to do is follow the steps below:

Step 1: Import Video Files

Download and install Filmora on your device. Launch the program and click on New Project to create a project. Now, import your video file into the project by clicking Import Media Files Here. Find and add the target video to Filmora's media library.

Filmora detach audio Import Video Files
Step 2: Drag to Timeline

Now that you have imported your video, drag it from Filmora's media library and drop it into the video Timeline. Click on Match to Media.

Filmora detach audio - match to media Drag to Timeline
Step 3: Detach Audio

Right-click on the video click or press CTRL+Alt+D, and then select the Audio Detach option to extract audio from your video.

Filmora detach audio - detach audio Detach Audio

You'll see video and audio on different tracks. You can remove the video file from the timeline if you do not want to keep it by hitting the Delete button.

Filmora detach audio - remove audio file Remove Audio Files

How to Adjust Audio Volume

Adjust Audio Volume

To adjust the volume of your audio, double click on the track. Doing this will open the Audio panel. Dragging the slider down or up allows you to adjust the volume.

You can also adjust the pitch and apply the Fade in/out effect. The Denoise tool allows you to remove background noise from the audio clip. The Audio Equalizer provides an advanced audio editing experience; click on Customize to make manual adjustments or choose from presets.

Filmora ajdjust audio volume Adjust Audio Volume

How to Detach Audio of Multiple Clips

You can use Filmora to detach audio from multiple video clips. Drag and drop all the videos into the timeline. Then, select all the video clips with your mouse. Next, right-click and choose the Detach Audio option. Filmora will detach the audio from these video clips and move them to an audio track.

How to Play the Detached Audio

Play the Detached Audio

Turn off the visibility of the video by clicking the eye icon beside the track with the video. You can now go to the Preview window and hit the play button icon. Filmora will play the detached audio.

You can also adjust the pitch and apply the Fade in/out effect. The Denoise tool allows you to remove background noise from the audio clip. The Audio Equalizer provides an advanced audio editing experience; click on Customize to make manual adjustments or choose from presets.

Filmora play detached audio Play Detached Audio

Give Your Videos the Magic Touch

Help Your Videos Explain the Smart Way with the Filmora Video Editor.

Download Now Download Now Download Now