Thread: Removing additional language sound tracks

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    Removing additional language sound tracks

    Hi!

    I have a movie, and I have trimmed a small clip out of it with

    QuickTime Player. But the file contains two language tracks,

    and I need only one of them. Please, help to find a way to remove

    the second track out of the file. My system Mac OS 10.7.5.

    Maybe there are some online resources that do the trick, but I have

    googled through possible answers and haven't found a suitable

    solution.

    Thank you very much!

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    I don't have a Mac, but I would look for a "demuxer". You can probably extract the A/V tracks from your video clip and recombine the video with the one track you want. All without re-encoding.

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    What is the output video file format?

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    Avidemux has the (limited) ability tohelp you with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by excing View Post
    What is the output video file format?
    mpeg or avi

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    I've never tried it before but this sounds like the one you're looking for?
    How to Remove Audio Track from MKV, AVI, MP4, MPG, MOV, and WMV?

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