In case you have recorded some awesome videos from Panasonic/Canon/Sony/JVC camcorders, and would like replace or remove the audio files from these AVCHD files. You’re in the right place. The follow article will share an useful solution to replace/remove AVCHD (MTS/M2TS files) audio tracks a breeze. Read on.
Though these professional NLE editing software like Sony Vegas or Adobe Premiere Elements can do the job for you, but these tools are complex and more suitable to a professional video editor. Instead, we advise a more simple tool like Brorsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for you. With it, you can select the desire subtitles and audio track, enable you remove audio and replace audio with the bulit-in audio editor, even adjust the audio fade in or fade out.
In addition, you can also do other editing job like trim the video length, crop the black bar, add personal watermark, adjust video effect in the some place.For Mac users, please switch to Brorsoft MTS/M2TS for Mac (compatible with macOS Sierra). Now, free download the trial software and follow below guide to remove background music or audio track from a AVCHD (MTS/M2TS) video file.
1. Import MTS video files Launch the program and click the add button to import source video files in .mts, .m2ts.
2. Remove audio Click Edit button, move to Audio Editor, then check the Enable box and select audio remove to get your audio removed from your video files. Don’t forget to click Ok button. Tip: Besides removing audio from a video, this software can also help you to replace your audio as you want effortlessly.
3. Advanced Settings Select the output file location, format and set the necessary parameters (frame rate, codec, video size, etc).
4. Start audio removing Click the big Convert button to start deleting audio track from video immediately with the top Audio Remover software. As soon as the conversion is done, simply click “Completed” to back to main interface, and click “Open” button to find generated videos without audio or you can add an additional soundtrack or narration to the video.