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Videowave - Multiple Songs?


kaiien

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Is it possible to add more than just one song to a slideshow project in videowave? The only way I have found so far is to manually merge multiple tracks using a third party program and THEN adding it as one track. Whenever I try to add a second song it wants to replace the original with no option of adding.

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K

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In Videowave, switch to the Timeline production editor then click on the left-most icon in the editor toolbar to show/hide all the available tracks. Make sure that all the available audio tracks are selected. You should see something like what I show below.

You can now add audio clips to each of the audio tracks, don't worry about the names. For example you can add one audio clip to the background audio track and add a 2nd clip to the narration track and slightly over lap them. You can fade out the 1st track and fade in the 2nd.

 

Thankyou for that Walt!! That's exactly what i needed!!

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Is it possible to add more than just one song to a slideshow project in videowave? The only way I have found so far is to manually merge multiple tracks using a third party program and THEN adding it as one track. Whenever I try to add a second song it wants to replace the original with no option of adding.

Thanks

K

 

It might be trying to add it to the internal track.

 

Switch to the Timeline View. You should be able to drag and drop the second audio track immediately after the first track.

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Is it possible to add more than just one song to a slideshow project in videowave? The only way I have found so far is to manually merge multiple tracks using a third party program and THEN adding it as one track. Whenever I try to add a second song it wants to replace the original with no option of adding.

Thanks

K

 

In Videowave, switch to the Timeline production editor then click on the left-most icon in the editor toolbar to show/hide all the available tracks. Make sure that all the available audio tracks are selected. You should see something like what I show below.

You can now add audio clips to each of the audio tracks, don't worry about the names. For example you can add one audio clip to the background audio track and add a 2nd clip to the narration track and slightly over lap them. You can fade out the 1st track and fade in the 2nd.

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