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Extract Multiple Audio Tracks from a Video

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asked Sep 6, 2019 in Video by Benoni (280 points)
Pro Tools has the ability to recognize multiple audio tracks that are embedded in a single video. Just drag the video in, and all audio tracks will appear. Just like a NLE (video editor - media composer, Premiere, etc...)

Studio One only recognizes the lowest audio track.

I use OBS to record DAW and plugin tutorials and have several separate audio tracks recorded with the video so I can edit the audio later.

I really like Studio One, but this issue keeps me going back to Pro Tools. I like to edit my audio before I throw everything into an NLE, and I need each track to edit.

This would be a great addition to Studio One.

If you don't understand what I mean, go to 15:48 in this video you'll see what I mean.

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answered Sep 25, 2020 by Lukas Ruschitzka (194,840 points)
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answered Sep 25, 2020 by caralee (540 points)
I know audio extraction from a video. I have ever done the lossless audio extractor from my YouTube movie with an audio extractor named Joyoshare Media Cutter.