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  1. Does anyone know how to do this ? For video editing / action montages I would like help in getting a hold of as clear as possible the sound effects only channel of a few movies
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    There is no "sound effects only" channel.....not on stereo versions and not on 5.1 versions.
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    try a google search for sound effects libraries movies games etc
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    There are a few sites that have old out of copyright movies with basically only the M&E track. I have heard one at a Film Society meeting decades ago of D.O.A. the original black and white 1950's. No dialog.... Being a retired sound mixer I've done a few in my time way back before digital technology...
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    Originally Posted by TheRandomOne View Post
    Does anyone know how to do this ? For video editing / action montages I would like help in getting a hold of as clear as possible the sound effects only channel of a few movies
    You will need to contact the copyright holder and ask for permission to use the effects-only track. This will likely cost thousands of dollars in license fees and studio expenses, if you can even get permission.
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    But it's not impossible (just tons of work) to reverse-engineer and create your own M or E track from scratch (using a combo of stock libraries and captured sound/foley). I've done it.

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