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Hallo to helpful Friends,

In Roxio version 7.1.1.189, I exported from Video Wave to DVD Builder, a Home video, 1 hour edited production of about 280 video clips with Native Audio.

In DVD Builder I added BG audio Intro, but did not like it so deleted it and did not continue with the burn I then found that the Native Audio in VW timeline on all 280 clips registered 0dB in Audio Editor Overal Volume Slider.

Is there a way to revert to my original audio settings other than taking each clip to Audio Editor? (perish the thought) I will be thankful for any tips.

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I suggest you just go back to the original Videowave production (dmsm file) and remove the audio from timeline and the re-enter your original native audio. Then go back to DVDBuilder and go from there without the BG audio entry.

 

Frank...

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How did you mute the native audio originally?

 

Did you move the slider on the Native audio to -34 or did you extract the video, or do something else?

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How did you mute the native audio originally?

 

Did you move the slider on the Native audio to -34 or did you extract the video, or do something else?

Hallo ML,

Thanks for considering my audio problem and sorry for not replying sooner but I became very discouraged and have only just started to reset all the native audio in the production clips; when I sent the production from VW to DVD Builder the native audio was OK., all I did ( as far as I know) in DVD Builder was to try a BG Audio Intro that I did not like so it was deleted, after which I did not continue with the Burn of the production but reopened it in VW to find all the native audio at 0dB in Auditor Editor.

Regards, ubiediting

 

I suggest you just go back to the original Videowave production (dmsm file) and remove the audio from timeline and the re-enter your original native audio. Then go back to DVDBuilder and go from there without the BG audio entry.

 

Frank...

Hallo Frank,

Thank you for your suggestion that I will try and certainly keep you posted on the result.

Regards,

ubiediting.

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