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I've made a nice little sequence using green screen in Imovie09. However, both the green screen clip (a view thru the back window of a car) and the background clip (a forest road) have sound on them that I want to delete so I can add an engine noise sound effect. However, I can't. I can delete the sound from the clips but adding a sound effect just brings the original annoying audio back. No amount of fiddling about with the volume and the ducking seems to work.
Does anyone know a way round this or is just an annoying bug that I'm going to have to put up with (and reshoot the green screen clip with the mic muffled)?
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Have you checked out Download File Juicer for Mac - Extract images, video, or sound from files/folders. MacUpdate Mac File Management Software Downloads
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Thanks for the reply. Had a look at the link. Not sure it's what I want. Is it not more for recovering deleted sound rather than deleting it?
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You could export the video from Quicktime Player 7 without sound. Choose File>Export and click the Options button. Uncheck the "Sound" settings and export.
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