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Overlapping soundtracks on AVI file


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kcmurphy72

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I will start off by saying "yes, I'm a NOOB" when it comes to this.

I have an AVI file here, appears to be in RL-DVD format of some sort. I'm just trying to pull a few sound bytes from it -- however the audio is the problem. Apparently the source of the video was a multi-track DVD, and when I play the file I hear many different languages and the commentary track all at once.

What software should I be using to filter the sound correctly? I've tried Adobe Premier, Windows Media Player, and PowerDVD. Same problem throughout.

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Murph
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