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Keg Man

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  1. 7:00am'ish on a Sunday morning. I've got "rush" needs. Bang, simple answer right on the button that was easy to understand for a novice. Couldn't ask for more.

  2. You are correct sir!!!! Thank you very much! The rest of the world may come to despise you for unleashing me, but I am forever grateful.
  3. Thank you very much for your quick response. 16 bit and 44.1k it is. I'll let you know if that works. FYI: My settings played in the "preview" from media selector.
  4. I have Roxio Creator 2011 (Version 1.3.166) ("ROXIO") It will probably help if you know what I am trying to do. 1. I make Yancovikian parodies to songs related to the Packers each week. I used to just beller and play my ukulele in front of the camera on my laptop and download into Windows Movie Maker. I was hoping to upgrade my productions. 2. I'm making a "White Elephant" Christmas CD with profits to go to USMC Toys for Tots. I have a TASCAM DR-05 recorder and I am using that to record wav files for both of the above. The wav file recording settings are: Format: 24 bit Sample: 96k Type: Stereo ROXIO will not allow me to add the recordings as background audio to video (Project 1) or burn them to a CD (Project 2). ROXIO says it supports wav files. (Project 1) When trying to add to video, I have tried both of the following and ROXIO currently is giving me the following "error" messages: 1. "Add on music track": I get the following ROXIO message: "Audio cannot be added at this position." 2. "Add on sound effect track": I get the following ROXIO message: "Audio cannot be added at this position." In the past, and I don't know why it is different ROXIO gave me the following "error" message: "This is not a valid or supported music file. The following audio file formats are supported: aac, ac3, flac, mp3, wav, wma, m4a, mpga, mp4, cda, m3u, wpl, asx." (Project 2) When trying to add a file to be burned to a CD, I get the following message from ROXIO: "This is not a valid or supported music file. The following audio file formats are supported: aac, ac3, flac, mp3, wav, wma, m4a, mpga, mp4, cda, m3u, wpl, asx." I'm a novice. I am trying to add a wav file. What gives? I have the ability to adjust the Format, Sample and Type of recording. But I can't find anywhere what Roxio accepts. Can anybody help me. FYI: The wav files play in Windows Media Player, Quicktime, and I could add them to Windows Movie Maker.
  5. Does anybody know what WAV file specs can be used in Roxio? I'm trying to record with and download as sound for a video and to make a CD. I set my WAV at the following and Roxio Creator 2011 will not accept it either as background sound or to burn a CD: Format: WAV 24 bit Sample: 96k Any and all help will be appreciated
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