While editing a MP4 (MPEG/MPG) clip, we may want to remove audio from MP4 file completely instead of mute the audio and get only video stream as an output. Sometimes we may want to remove audio from the original file and add a new sound tracker. To help finish this task, Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor) is a good choice. With it, you can either delete all audio tracks completely from MP4 to get the video with no audio in it at all or remove extra audio track and only keep the one you like. The following article will introduce a simple way in removing audio from video in whatever situation.
MP4 Audio Remover: Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor)
- Completely remove the audio from MP4 video to keep video-only stream;
- Or mute the audio of the MP4 video;
- Easily trim/crop/rotate video files on the timeline;
- Add effect/subtitle/watermark to enrich your video;
- Save and play your video on different devices, burn to DVD or upload online;
- Supported OS: Windows (Windows 8 included) & Mac OS X (above 10.6).
1. Import your MP4 file
Free download the audio track remover- Video Editor, install and run it. Then the following interface will pop up. Click the "Import" button to add the mp4 file which you want to remove audio tracks.
2. Detach audio from the file
Drag-n-drop the mp4 file to the timeline, then right click and choose "Audio Detach" to detach the audio tracks from the original mp4 file. Then the separated audio track will appear in the Audio Timeline. You can right click the audio and choose "Delete" to remove audio from mp4.
Note: if you would like to add the new sound tracker, just import the sound recordings you want to the media library and then drag it to the audio timeline.
3. Save your edited file
After that, hit "Create" to select the desired output way. You can set the output video format the same as the original one, or set the output video format to any other video formats as you like. Then click "Create" button to start and finish deleting audio from MP4. What's more, you can save the edited file to iPhone, iPad PSP, etc or directly upload to YouTube for sharing with friends.