If you’re a video editor, you must have faced a situation where you need to remove the sound from a video. Perhaps you want to remove background noise or replace the audio with a better quality one. Whatever the reason may be, Adobe Premiere is a great tool for the job. In this article, we’ll go through the steps on how to remove sound from video in Adobe Premiere.
Step 1: Import Your Video
The first step is to import your video into Adobe Premiere. Go to File > Import and choose your video file. Drag and drop the file into the timeline.
Step 2: Separate Audio From Video
Right-click on the video clip in the timeline and select “Unlink”. This will separate the audio from the video. You’ll see two separate tracks in the timeline.
Step 3: Mute or Delete Audio Track
To remove the sound, you can either mute or delete the audio track. To mute the track, click on the “M” button next to the audio track. To delete the track, right-click on it and select “Delete”.
Step 4: Export Your Video
Once you’ve removed the sound, you can export your video. Go to File > Export > Media. Choose the format and settings you want and click “Export”.
Alternative Method: Replace Audio
If you want to replace the audio with a better quality one, you can use the following method:
Step 1: Import Your Video and Audio
Import both your video and audio files into Adobe Premiere. Drag and drop them into the timeline.
Step 2: Align Audio and Video
Align the audio and video tracks by dragging them in the timeline. Make sure they’re in sync with each other.
Step 3: Mute Video Audio Track
Mute the audio track of the video by clicking on the “M” button next to it.
Step 4: Add New Audio
Drag and drop the new audio file into the timeline. Place it on a new audio track.
Step 5: Adjust Volume Levels
Adjust the volume levels of the audio tracks to balance them out. You can do this by dragging the rubber band in the audio track.
Step 6: Export Your Video
Once you’re happy with the result, export your video by going to File > Export > Media. Choose the format and settings you want and click “Export”.
Removing sound from a video or replacing it with a better quality one is easy with Adobe Premiere. With the steps outlined in this article, you can do it in no time. Give it a try and see the difference it makes to your videos.