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  1. Default Please help - need advice on how to remove sound from a dvd converted to avi format

    Hi All,

    I hope you can help.

    I Have a editing wedding DVD - which i have converted back to avi format.

    Now i want to remove music from certain parts of the movie - and see if i can return to the sound to its original unedited format - with the natural recorded background sounds.

    Is this possible?

    Please help -

    Also is there a way of buying Avid or any other good editing suite cheap?

    Thanks for any help.

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    In a word - (A) No
    (B) Possibly

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