Got video with more than one audio track and want to remove the unnecessary one? Or want to extract audio, sound, or background music from home movies, YouTube videos, and any other video file? Well, what you need is an easy-to-use audio remover. This following article will introduce a step-by-step instruction on how to use powerful video editing software- Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor). With it, you can extract audio from video files like AVI, MP4, FLV, AVI, ect and save them in different for formats.
1 Add the AVI file to the program
To get started using Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor), download and install the program. Open the AVI you wish to edit in this video editing software. You can either drag and drop the file into the program or click “Import”. Then AVI file will appear in the media item near the preview pane.
2 Remove the audio from AVI file
Then drag the AVI file into the Video Timeline to begin editing. Right click on the file and select "Audio Detach”. The audio will automatically appear on the Audio Timeline. Click on the audio track you wish to delete and press the "Delete" button on your keyboard. Alternately, you could right-click the track and select the "Delete" command.
Tip: If you want to add a new audio file to the video, just drag-n-drop it to the Audio Timeline. Then double click to edit it in the editing panel. You can change the playing speed, volume, pitch, etc. as you like. You can also hit “Record a voiceover” and plug in your microphone to record your own voice and add it to the video.
3 Save the new file
After that, press the Create button to save it to a suitable format. The process will take some time depending on the output file length and your computer performance. When extraction is over, find your file in the destination folder and play it using your media player. Of course, you can also directly upload the new file to YouTube or burn to DVD- all your choice!