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Creator Nxt2 Can Not Add Audio At This Position

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Make sure that you have selected the right spot in one of the audio tracks. The track should be highlighted and not at the beginning or end especially after the end of any video/image track.

 

Now, tell use what program you have because it might be different.

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what can't i add music to my photo slide show when i do it in video wave. i add one song then when i try to add another i get a box saying i "can not add audio at this position." i have creator nxt2 i never had this problem with roxie before. and can't seem to get any help. is it time to cut and run to another product or can someone help me

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what can't i add music to my photo slide show when i do it in video wave. i add one song then when i try to add another i get a box saying i "can not add audio at this position." i have creator nxt2 i never had this problem with roxie before. and can't seem to get any help. is it time to cut and run to another product or can someone help me

 

It all depends on where you are trying to add the audio clip. NXT 2 works exactly like all the previous Roxio versions.

Make sure you have one of the audio tracks selected and the cursor is not over any other audio clip.

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i am using creator nxt 2 i have maybe 20 mins worth of pictures to which i want to add music to. i clicked on add music and the first song was placed on track no problem. i need to add a few more songs to complete the picture dc I'm making. in the previous roxio's 5, 6, 7,9 i click add music and it ask if i want it added on to the music thats there and i click yes and it adds it on. then i can edit it if needed. now with creator nxt2. i click on add music and it a box pops up that reads "can not add audio at this position" i have tried moving the cursor or the bar that moves along the time line but i still get the same box. "can not add audio at this position"

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