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How do you remove voice dub-overs on avi. files?

By Perception
Oct 30, 2007
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  1. We are not wanting to overload our computer with programs
    that cause problems with other areas, so we would like to be
    able to use vlc or windows media player or nero, to somehow
    remove/erase those nasty voice dub-overs on movies so we
    can plainly hear the real movie [and english voices] that is/are
    still to be heard in the background.
  2. eroz

    eroz TS Rookie Posts: 108

    I'm not sure....but I think you would need the english track and have vlc use that instead of the track that you originally have. I might be wrong...but I don't think you can remove it, you can only replace it...
  3. Nodsu

    Nodsu TS Rookie Posts: 9,431

    If there is only one audio track in that file, then you can only remove the audio completely.

    If there are several audio tracks, then there is no reason to remove anything - just select the alternative track in your media player.
  4. Perception

    Perception TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Isn't there any way to just erase a certain voice?

    This avi. file has just one voice slightly louder than the original
    cast's voices. That is the dubbing translation. Is there no
    "eraser" that could be used to "take away" that one person's
    voice? Only if it has another track? This one seems to have
    only one track.

    thanks for answering!!!
  5. Mictlantecuhtli

    Mictlantecuhtli TS Evangelist Posts: 4,916   +9

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