Merge audio & video into new video.
Sometimes you just need to shove some audio under a video. And booting up Premiere or After Effects is too much of a hassle. Let us merge audio and video and render that out to a new video.
Artificial Studio commented
Seems basic.. surprised we are still waiting for this after four years
Jacob Morgan commented
In Quicktime Player Version 10.5 (1086.4.2) there is a "Remove Audio" feature in the Edit menu. Then you can just drag the new audio file to the QT player window and save. SUPER Helpful!!! Unfortunately it is just a few versions of QT or maybe it is OS dependent but this does exactly what you are looking for. I use it all the time for making mix samples for clients when ProTools doesn't feel like bouncing a QT file.
S.D. van Bochove commented
Please add this feature!
Firas Ershead commented
this is a must-have feature ..
Mark Reategui commented
This isn't a feature yet and the request has been around for over 2 years? Wow... I thought I was finding a tutorial, not a feature request. Yes, this would greatly improve Media Encoder.
Jim Huffaker commented
Dang, I thought this feature was a part of Media Encoder and tried to figure out how to do it just now. I must've been thinking of Quicktime Pro. Please make this a thing!
Ben Kamprath commented
Just chiming in with support for this idea. Swapping audio to locked picture is common in my workflow and this would save time in a pinch.
Lewis Burger commented
This would be really useful.
Alburn Binkley commented
Is this a feature yet? I need to merge audio and video QT refs in media encoder because I also need Encoder to turn it into an h264 with burn in timecode.
Hugues Saint Louis commented
I was looking for that feature in Media Encoder and Google lead me right to your suggestion Marc Zwaneveld. So, of course you've got my vote for this feature.
David Baril commented
I want this! When working with images sequences, adding sound back is such an unnecessary hassle.
Warren Heaton commented
This feature request has me really missing the "Append" feature of QuickTime Player 7 Pro.
I'd love this feature too, although the audio and vision duration would need to make, or the audio would need to be shorter.
Working in a broadcaster the mix for a cut can change a lot, being able to replace the audio mix of a cut without doing the above would be helpful.