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Changing Slideshow Photo Duration In Videowave

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I have created a slideshow DVD using Creator 2010 Special edition. I am using a Windows 7 computer. The music is added, the transitions are added and all is working well. I would like to lengthen the time each of the photos are displayed. How do I go about doing that in Videowave? I have tried adding music thinking I would fit the slideshow to the audio but the program will not allow me to add audio beyond the current length of the slideshow.

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This is from a later version but I think it is still there in Creator 2010.

 

Go to the top menu in Video Wave and select "Production" and go down to "Fit Video and Audio". See if that works for you. If not, come back and we'll give you another option.

 

Edit: The other option to try is to right clcik on one of the images and select "trim". You can select the time you wan the images to display and then click on the option to apply to all.

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Another way to lengthen (or shorten) the duration of each image is to click on File in the upper left corner of VideoWave. This opens a window where Production Settings is clicked on. This opens

another window. This window offers the ability to adjust the duration (in seconds)of each image throughout the production by clicking on either the Plus or Minus buttons. You can achieve a very close

match between the length of the audio and images using this method. If after performing this adjustment the match is close but not perfect, that's when I would use the "Fit Video to Audio" as

suggested. There are occasions when the mismatch between the length of video and length of audio is too great for "Fit Video to Audio" to work. At least that has been my experience.

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