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Hi tpvp,

There is no feature on the GoPro to disable audio, you can however either disable audio in your editing software after importing your clip or you can plug a microphone into the gopro and turning it off during recording thus tricking the camera to think there is no audio.
 

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go into protunes and audio is rightthere high, med, low and off
@KreamCheaz @tpvp

I and Ifti own a Hero 5, Kreamcheaz and Dr. Z do not own yet a hero 5

 

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oh nice so they added that feature! Does protune needs to be turned on to work? @Fish
Yes it must be on to enable the audio options. I will tell you this I do not see the diffrence in High med low of the audio, just came back from a concert and wanted to hear the diffrence in protunes. maybe the music I went to was too loud?

I agree with your post above, but the Hero 5 has the options.
 

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Yes it must be on to enable the audio options. I will tell you this I do not see the diffrence in High med low of the audio, just came back from a concert and wanted to hear the diffrence in protunes. maybe the music I went to was too loud?

I agree with your post above, but the Hero 5 has the options.

Hey Fish,

I just read about it in the manual and it doesn't actually disable the audio available in the video file, it has to do with RAW audio wav file, read this from the manual

RAW Audio
This setting applies only to the Video capture mode and creates a
separate .wav file for your video, in addition to the standard .mp4 audio
track. You can select the level of processing to apply to the RAW audio
track. This setting is useful if you want a separate .wav file to share or use
in post-processing.

Options
Low
Applies minimal processing. Ideal if you apply
audio processing in post-production.
Med
Applies processing based on the Manual
Audio Control setting (wind and/or stereo). If
Manual Audio Control is turned off, the camera
automatically switches between wind filtering
and stereo audio.
High
Applies full audio processing (automatic gain and
AAC encoding).

PRO TIP:
Audio files in .wav format are captured in the same location
and with the same file name as .mp4 files. To access them, insert your
microSD card into a card reader and locate the files with your computer’s
file explorer.
 

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@Kreeamcheaz, you stand correct and I apologize for not being clear? the OP will then hav ethat option, I guess he wants more space by not recording sound. and using protune's will creata and use more space ?

edit mute render not hard. your editor does a great job




Hey Fish,

I just read about it in the manual and it doesn't actually disable the audio available in the video file, it has to do with RAW audio wav file, read this from the manual

RAW Audio
This setting applies only to the Video capture mode and creates a
separate .wav file for your video, in addition to the standard .mp4 audio
track. You can select the level of processing to apply to the RAW audio
track. This setting is useful if you want a separate .wav file to share or use
in post-processing.

Options
Low
Applies minimal processing. Ideal if you apply
audio processing in post-production.
Med
Applies processing based on the Manual
Audio Control setting (wind and/or stereo). If
Manual Audio Control is turned off, the camera
automatically switches between wind filtering
and stereo audio.
High
Applies full audio processing (automatic gain and
AAC encoding).

PRO TIP:
Audio files in .wav format are captured in the same location
and with the same file name as .mp4 files. To access them, insert your
microSD card into a card reader and locate the files with your computer’s
file explorer.
 
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