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Imovie And Jam


johnwchurch

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Tsantee, do you have any thoughts on this? I can adjust volumn and combine

sound tracks in iMovie, but Toast doesn't apply the adjustments when I

use it to burn a DVD. I do have Jam and wonder if there is a way to use

Jam to adjust the sound track......for example to have a sound track fade in

when Toast burns the DVD. Thank you. I always enjoy reading your comments

and learning from your insights. John Church

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Hmmm. I can't think of how Jam can help with this. I think what you need to do is go to the Share window in iMovie and export as a full quality QuickTime movie. The audio will be retained properly in that file which then can be used with Toast.

Thank you again for getting me going on this. With my Mac, I used iMovie,

went to File, Export, and QuickTime. Also there was another choice and

I chose "Full Quality DV".

Named the file and chose Desktop for location. This file showed up as a

Quicktime movie, and I dragged that into the Toast Window. This applied

the volumn changes to the disc.

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Tsantee, do you have any thoughts on this? I can adjust volumn and combine

sound tracks in iMovie, but Toast doesn't apply the adjustments when I

use it to burn a DVD. I do have Jam and wonder if there is a way to use

Jam to adjust the sound track......for example to have a sound track fade in

when Toast burns the DVD. Thank you. I always enjoy reading your comments

and learning from your insights. John Church

Hmmm. I can't think of how Jam can help with this. I think what you need to do is go to the Share window in iMovie and export as a full quality QuickTime movie. The audio will be retained properly in that file which then can be used with Toast.

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Hmmm. I can't think of how Jam can help with this. I think what you need to do is go to the Share window in iMovie and export as a full quality QuickTime movie. The audio will be retained properly in that file which then can be used with Toast.

 

 

Thank you for the advice. I'll give it a try soon as I get a chance. I didn't

know of that procedure you described.

John

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