- On desktop: Right-click on the clip in the timeline and select Separate Audio from the menu that pops up. You can also use the keyboard shortcut E.
With the Separate Audio feature, you have two options: muting or moving the audio. By removing the audio, you can mute video clips. Or, you can use the original audio from the video and drop it into the first available audio track. If no audio tracks are free, the separated audio is placed on the A3 track. If you change your mind, you can always unmute the audio from the original clip.
Editing your audio and video.
You can edit these new audio clips just like any other clip in your timeline: Adjust the volume of your audio clips or place them in new locations in the timeline. Need some new audio? You can even replace the removed background noise with one of the 33 soundtracks in Premiere Rush or add your own music by tapping the plus (+) icon and adding media files to the project. Remove, trim, relocate, and recombine audio and video tracks to get the exact look, sound, and feel you want — all done right in the mobile app.
When you finish editing, export your video to your device. Then upload videos to share on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, or TikTok. It’s just the beginning of what you can do in Premiere Rush — learn more about video filters and changing video speed to take your online videos even further.