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I would recommend doing as you said, extract the audio, use Audacity or something similar to "cuff" the audio, then use kdenlive or a similar video editor to re-add the audio. Their are multiple methods for censoring words in Audacity. - First, the method you specified, you can simply reverse the audio. - You can select the audio, mute it with Generate > ...
The -t takes a duration, not end-time. So change to -t 60 or -t 0:01:00 From libav doc: ‘-t duration (output)’ Stop writing the output after its duration reaches duration. duration may be a number in seconds, or in hh:mm:ss[.xxx] form.
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