I'm doing some random editing work (fan made stuff) to teach myself some new techniques. It's basically a music video but I want to throw some special effects in.
What I want to do is edit a clip in where people are talking, problem is that most of the time there's annoying background music of sounds from the clip itself that pretty much ruin your day!
Anyway since I'm ripping it directly from DVD I figured it must be possible to get only the vocals off since the audio on a DVD is often set up for 5.1 surround sound (this particular one is) and the center channel is mostly used for vocals. So get the center channel, and I'm all done.
What I need to know is how to split the different channels properly. I know it's possible to some extend since I did it before but I have no clue what software I used. It was some sort of AC3 editor/splitter/converter if I'm not mistaking.
Anyway if someone could shed some light on this issue you'd be a great help!