If we want to have both track separate then open the movie in the Adobe Premiere. The VCD (.that) file format is not supported by the Adobe Premiere. The movie must be in AVI, MPG or any other supported format. We can convert the file formats by using different video converter software.
Once we have opened the movie, we can seed the project window, a time line and a video window. On the time line we can see the at least two tracks, one for video and for the sound. We can right click of the sound track and then select the save option. The sound track will be saved separately. Normally, this track is saved in Wave format. We can convert the wave file format to any other file format, if required. This can be done by using the sound converter software. The converter software can be found at download.com
We can do any sound enhancement with the help of DC-ART. We will start to handle 1st generation tapes. These tapes may be stereo or may be monaural audio.
You can Try Stellar Audio Video Converter. That may help you Separate Sound From Video.
Audio converter in Ben's Toolset service can do that
How to extract sound from video?
The easiest way to extract the sound from a video is to use our audio converter.
- Open the audio converter.
- Click "Open files".
- In the resulting window select the file you wish to extract the sound from. The maximum size of a file you can open is 2048 Mb.
- While the sound is being extracted, choose the format in which you want to convert the sound.
- Click "Convert".Wait until the file is converted; then click "Download".