How to remove audio from a video in Windows 11 (2 easy ways)

This tutorial will show you step by step how to remove audio from a video in Windows 11.

How to remove audio from a video in Windows 11 using Clipchamp

Clipchamp is a simple video editor that is pre-installed in Windows 11. It doesn't have a lot of features, but it's enough for removing audio from a video. If you want a video editor with more features, then I recommend Filmora (second method on this page).

1. Open Clipchamp. One way to open Clipchamp is to click on the Windows start menu button > All apps > Clipchamp.

Open Clipchamp

You can also open Clipchamp by clicking on the Windows start menu button or search icon > typing clipchamp > clicking on Clipchamp in the search results.

2. Click on Create a new video.

Clipchamp Create a new video

3. Click on the (+) button in the upper left corner of Clipchamp.

4. Click on Browse files.

Clipchamp browse files

5. In the next window, you navigate to the video you want to edit.

6. Select the video.

7. Click on Open.

Open a video in Clipchamp

8. Drag the video to the timeline. Or hover your mouse pointer over the video and then click on the plus [+] icon.

Add video to timeline in Clipchamp

9. Right-click on the video in the timeline > Audio > Detach.

Detach audio in Clipchamp

10. An audio track will appear below the video. Right-click on the audio track below the video > Delete.

Delete audio in Clipchamp

11. When you're done editing the video, you click on the Export button in the upper right corner.

12. Select a video quality.

Export video in Clipchamp

Clipchamp will now create your video.

The result will be a new video without audio.

The original video will not be affected.

Clipchamp will save the new video in the Downloads folder on your PC.

How to remove audio from a video in Windows 11 using Filmora

Filmora is an easy-to-use video editor with a lot of video-editing tools.

I'm using Filmora video editor to record my computer's screen and create videos for my YouTube channel.

Filmora website

1. Open Filmora.

2. Click on Create New Project.

Filmora Create New Project

3. Click on Import > Import Media Files.

Import video Filmora

4. In the next window, you navigate to the video you want to edit.

5. Select the video.

6. Click on Open.

Open video in Filmora

7. Drag the video to the timeline. Or hover your mouse pointer over the video and then click on the plus (+) icon.

Add video to timeline in Filmora

8. When you get a message that says “The resolution or frame rate of this media does not match the settings of this project.”, you click on the button below Match to Media.

Match to media

9. Right-click on the video in the timeline > Detach Audio.

Detach audio in Filmora

10. An audio track will appear below the video. Right-click on the audio track below the video > Delete.

Delete audio in Filmora

11. When you're done editing the video, you click on the Export button in the top toolbar.

Filmora Export button

You can also click on Export in the top menu and then click on Create Video.

Filmora Export Create Video

12. A “Export” window will open, and here you can enter a name for the video, select a video format, change a few advanced settings, etc.

13. When you're done, you click on the Export button in the bottom right corner of the window.

Export video in Filmora

Filmora will now create your video.

The result will be a new video without audio.

The original video will not be affected.

Filmora will save the new video in the following location on your PC: Documents/Wondershare/Wondershare Filmora/Output.


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