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I have a multi-track MOV file and would like to extract one of the video tracks into its own file (or remove the unwanted video track). Note that I don't want to just extract audio. I want to extract one of the video tracks together with its audio track. I tried VLC but didn't found the way. It does allow you to select video track for playing, but not for exporting. Also looked for ffmpeg options, but haven't found a parameter for video tracks.

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Use

ffmpeg -i in.mov -c copy -map 0:v:0 out.mov

to extract the first video track. 0:v:1 for the 2nd one and so forth.

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