How to Remove Audio from Video DaVinci Resolve [17/18]🔍

Discover a step-by-step guide on how to seamlessly remove audio from videos using DaVinci Resolve. Unlock the power of advanced video editing techniques to create professional content with just visuals or replace audio with ease. Elevate your editing skills today!

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Dawn Tang

Updated on May 22, 2024

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DaVinci Resolve is a comprehensive professional video editing software offering advanced features like color correction, audio post-production, visual effects, etc. You can also remove background noise in DaVinci Resolve and detach the audio from the video for replacement.

Whether you're crafting a silent cinematic experience or preparing for a creative sound replacement, this guide will walk you through the steps to achieve audio separation with precision and finesse.

Methods⚙️ Effectiveness🪄 Difficulty🔍
Common way Unlink the clip and delete it. Easy
Advanced way Use shortcuts. Super easy
Extra bonus Cut put partial audio from video. Easy

Remove Audio from Video in DaVinci Resolve

Removing audio from video in VLC is simple; how about deleting audio from video in DaVinci Resolve?

Step 1. Import the video.

Open DaVinci Resolve, click the menu bar, and click "File" > "Import" > "Import Media" to find your video clip and select "Import."

import video

Step 2. Unlick the clip.

Bring the video to the timeline, then either go up to click the link button or right-click the clip on the "Edit" panel and deselect "Link Clips."

Unlick the clip

Step 3. Delete the audio.

Select the audio and press the backspace to delete the audio from the video.

Watch the video guide📽️:

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 0:16 - Select Video or Audio Independently
  • 0:28 - Separate Video and Audio
  • 0:47 - Linked Selection Button

Disable Audio from Video in DaVinci Resolve

This method is easier and quicker than the first one using keyboard shortcuts to perform the task.

Step 1. Launch DaVinci Resolve and load the video.

Step 2. Click the audio and press down ALT or Option/Command to select it on the "Edit" tab.

press down ALT or Option/Command

Step 3. Click backspace to disable the audio.

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Strip Part Audio from Video in DaVinci Resolve

You can also use DaVinci Resolve to remove audio from video partially.

Step 1. Select the video and toggle it to the timeline.

Step 2. Right-click the clip on the "Edit" panel and uncheck "Link Clips."

Unlick the clip

Step 3. From the toolbar, click the lantern icon to edit.

Blade Edit Mode

Step 4. Select the audio part and press backspace to delete it.

Get Rid of Audio from Video Easily with EaseUS Online Vocal Remover

If you are searching for another option or simpler alternative to DaVinci Resolve, then EaseUS Online Vocal Remover is your best choice.

It is a user-friendly online vocal remover supporting a wide range of video and audio formats. You can remove distortion from audio, mute audio from video, remove background noise in clip, extract instruments from song, and much more.

It adds an AI-powered advanced algorithm to its feature list while enabling audio extraction.

Key features of EaseUS Online Vocal Remover:

Erase audio from video in EaseUS Online Vocal Remover

Step 1. Visit the EaseUS website and go to its "Vocal Remover" sidebar.

go to vocal remover

Step 2. Click "Choose File" or drop the video file in the area and wait for the AI analysis.

input file to vocal remover

Step 3. Download the vocal/instrumental track to finish removing. You can choose to output the "Instrumental track" and "Vocal track" in MP4 for video or in AAC for audio. 

download vocal instrumental track

Wrapping up

As you bid farewell to unwanted audio, DaVinci Resolve 16/17/18 emerges as your creative ally, streamlining the process with its intuitive tools. But the journey doesn't stop here.

For those seeking alternative solutions, explore EaseUS Online Vocal Remover, another formidable software that empowers you to achieve the same feat effortlessly.

Whether you choose Resolve or Video Editor, the power to craft visually captivating narratives remains at your fingertips. Happy editing!

Delete Audio from Video DaVinci Resolve FAQs

1. How do I unlink audio from video in DaVinci Resolve?

To unlink audio from video in DaVinci Resolve, follow these steps:

  • Import the video and bring it into the timeline.
  • Highlight the clip and go up to the link button.
  • Press it to unlink the audio from the video.

2. How do I remove just the audio from a video?

To remove just the audio from a video:

  • Open your video editing software and import the video.
  • Drag the video to the timeline.
  • Detach or unlink audio from the video.
  • Delete or mute the audio track.
  • Save the video with the audio removed.

3. How do I separate audio from video in DaVinci 17?

To separate audio from video in DaVinci 17, do the following:

  • Import the video and bring it into the timeline.
  • Right-click the audio or video clip and click "Link Clips."
  • Now the audio and video are separated.

4. Can you clean the audio in DaVinci Resolve?

Yes, you can clean audio in DaVinci Resolve using its built-in audio editing tools.

Here's a basic outline of how you can clean audio in DaVinci Resolve:

  • Go to DaVinci Resolve's "Fairlight" audio editing tab.
  • Use tools like noise reduction, EQ, and compression to clean up audio.
  • Trim, cut, and adjust audio segments for better quality.
  • Play the audio to review changes and fine-tune as needed
  • Save the improved audio or export the video with enhanced audio.

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