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How to Separate Audio from Video in Sony Vegas

by UPSCALED April 13, 2022 2 POPULAR READ

This tutorial will guide you on how to separate audio from video in Sony Vegas.

This is a process that is often used for editing video and creating a soundtrack. The process can be tedious, but with this tutorial, you’ll learn how to split audio and video in Sony Vegas!


How to Export Audio Separately in Sony Vegas

Sony Vegas is a powerful video editing software that is used by many professionals. It has been around for a while and has many features that make it an excellent tool for editing videos. One of the features of Sony Vegas is the ability to export audio separately from video. This feature can be used when you want to create different versions of your video with different audio or when you want to create a video with only the audio, such as an audiobook or podcast.

To export audio separately in Sony Vegas, follow these steps:

1. Open up Sony Vegas and go to File > New Project > Audio/Video Project > Audio/Video File (.avi).

2. Click the Audio tab in the left column. Then, click "Export Audio from Video" and choose to export your audio as an uncompressed .wav file.

3. Once you have chosen what codec to export your audio as, click "Done.".

4. You can now start editing your video.


How to Remove Audio in Sony Vegas

This tutorial will show you how to remove audio in Sony Vegas.

Open the video file in Sony Vegas and click on the Audio tab at the bottom of the screen.

Click on “Remove Track” and select which track you want to delete from your video file.

Click “OK” and your selected audio track is deleted


Sony Vegas Pro Tutorial - How To Set Audio As Default Track

In this tutorial, I will show you how to set audio as the default track in Sony Vegas Pro.

Step 1: Open Sony Vegas Pro.

Step 2: Click on the "File" tab in the top left corner of the screen.

Step 3: Click "New" in the lower left side of the screen. Step

4: Go to "Audio Tracks." Step 5: Click on "Default Track.

Connor ODea
Connor ODea