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  1. I have a M4V video file, with two audio streams, one stereo and the other is 5.1. The stereo track is the Stream 1 and the 5.1 is Stream 2. So, ever time I import thos video file to a editor, the streo track is the one imported.
    What I want is to know if there is a way to import the second audio stream to a video editor(Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas, etc), or, if there is a way to just extract the second audio.
    I've already done a lot of researches about extracting the audio, and I've got no success.
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    Extract(also called demux) the audio track with mp4box or a gui for it like mymp4boxgui or Pazera Free Audio Extractor.
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  3. Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    Extract(also called demux) the audio track with mp4box or a gui for it like mymp4boxgui or Pazera Free Audio Extractor.
    Thanks for your help, but Audacity 2.0.6 solved my problem.
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