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Is there a way to extract multiple audio tracks from a video source?

+4 votes
asked Jul 13, 2019 in Editing by chrilliglesia (180 points)
For example, I've been using OBS to make video tutorials and they have a feature where you can have separate audio tracks so you can edit each audio source individually; however when I extract audio from the video I'm only able to access the first audio track but not the others. I'm not sure if Studio One has the feature or if I'm missing something but I am able to see those other tracks in Adobe Premiere.

I am running Windows 10 Pro 64bit using Studio One 4.5.2 (the latest version) I am using a Focusrite Scarlett 6i6 interface as well.

Hope this helps.

1 Answer

+1 vote
answered Aug 19, 2019 by Nip (2,980 points)
Yes, awareness of more than one audio track would be good. Sometimes there are both pcm, dolby digital stereo, dolby 3/2/1, DTS etc.

So choice to select which one, or all.