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  1. A cousin of mine sent me a dvd of family photos and old time super 8 film transferred to dvd. I cannot play it. It seems to not be compatible to play on my PC or blueray dvd player. I there someway that can I play this dvd? Desperate and frustrated.
  2. Hi, I was wondering how you save a narration file as an audio file, after narrating it, into a folder in your libraries (or whatever you please). Since I am using Turtle Beach X12's (PC and Xbox) the narration file sounds better than the Windows Sound Recorder by a bit so I would like to record with that. I have done it before but can't remember how, or it's my imagination and i haven't. I remember adding it in as a Sound Effect Audio (or whatever it's called). Anyways the main point is that I would like to know how to save/export it into my libraries. If that is not at all possible then I would really like to know your best Audio recording software that is free and for Windows 7. I do not have much money at the moment so that's why I would like it free. I have heard of one called Audacity and heard it was pretty good. Is that true?
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