Is there an easy way to Bleep out audio in a video file?
+ Reply to Thread
Results 1 to 6 of 6
I'll try to ignore the irony of what you said (take the AUDIO out of VIDEO--like can you take the Chocolate out of Strawberry) and let you know the steps I would take, IIWY.
1. Demux the Audio from the video file (app depends on what kind of video file you have--you didn't say)
2. Decode the audio to WAV (only if the next app doesn't support your type of compressed audio input).
3. Open in Audio editor (CoolEdit/Audition, Audacity, Goldwave, ProTools)--multitrack mode would probably be easier (no UNDO worries).
4. Generate 1kHz or 700Hz Sine wave at selected points in the timeline. Length at least a few milliseconds-just lasting long enough to cover the OFFENDING word(s)/sound(s). Don't want to overdo it. (Of course, for me you wouldn't do it at all, unless it was for humor's sake).
5.Render/Export to new WAV file.
6. Convert to similarly-compressed file.
7. Mux with the original video stream to new composite file. (prob. using same mux app as before)
This is depressing news
I wish there were an easier way to do this... someone should make an app
How about buying or renting only "G" rated movies?ICBM target coordinates:
26° 14' 10.16"N -- 80° 16' 0.91"W
Actually I've found out that ULead's MediaStudio will allow me to open the MPEG in the Audio Editor and MUTE selections, and then resave the file (no need to Demux/ReMux)
Originally Posted by SLK001