how to remove the audio from video file?

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how to remove the audio from video file?

I downloaded some interesting videos, and want to redub in them using video edit software and send them to my friends. I tried Windows Movie Maker, it can mute the audio of source video, and add new audio. But I really want to remove the audio from source video completely, rather than mute.
Who can kindly recommend me some software? Many thanks

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Video Converter for Mac works

Video Converter for Mac works. After importing video files, u will find Disable Audio option in the right setting area, then just check True

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QuickTime Pro

Unless the audio & video is muxed, QuickTime Pro makes it really easy to remove audio tracks (command-J, select the audio track, and delete - then save or export the file).

You probably want to give us a little more to go on, though. What kind of files are these?

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forget to tell u that Video C

forget to tell u that Video Converter for Mac supports almost all video file formats

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wow, it can support all video

wow, it can support all video file formats? sounds good...many thanks

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Don't you guys get tired of c

Don't you guys get tired of creating new user accounts to plug this craptacular program?

Or...let me put it another way: If mp4 converter were a good program, you wouldn't -need- to spam forums like this.

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what he said

it seemed little suspect to me too. Most video apps support most video codecs anyway, don't they?

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