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Extracting Audio from Video iMovie is perfectly capable of stripping the audio portion of your footage apart from the video. All you have to do is click the video clip in question and then choose AdvancedExtract Audio. As shown in Figure 8-14, the recorded audio suddenly shows up in your frst audio track as an independent audio clip; its pushpins indicate that it's been locked to the original video. Figure 8-14: Top: Highlight a camcorder clip and choose AdvancedExtract Audio. Middle: The camcorder audio appears as an independent clip, which you can manipulate exactly as though it's any ordinary audio clip. Bottom: You can create a reverb or echo effect by overlaying the same extracted audio several times. (The "soundwave" images have been turned off here for clarity.) Extracting Audio from Video