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1. Use the MUTE button on the remote of your player.
2. Don't bother, #1 takes care of that.
Well. Sometimes life is much easier than one thinks.
This is the solution I was thinking about too. I just thought it is more comfortable to mute on the DVD. So when leaving the DVD you still have 'audio on' on the player (TV).
Anyway: thanks for your (prompt!) answer.
The Mute button is the cleanest, and easiest way to eliminate Audio, but if you wished to do so, via a Menu on the DVD, you could create a silent Audio Stream (what Neil Wilkes calls Black Audio), and include that as either the Primary Audio Stream (not what I would choose) on the DVD, or as a Supplemental Audio Stream (my choice), and link that (just like you would for other languages, etc.) from a Menu with a "Mute Audio" Button. Still, doing it at the hardware level is much cleaner, and is much less work.