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Adding audio to the timetable for a slideshow


martyharly

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I am creating a music/slide show using Videowave. I have been able to easily add pictues, transitions, and at leaat one song to the timeline. The PROBLEM lies with adding an addtional song. When I try and add the second song on the timeline (I obviously want the second song to add onto the timeline where the first song ends). What happens is that I only get part ( a second or more) of the song, and it ends up way down the timeline, past the pictures. I have tried to click and drag it over to the left so it plays after the first song, but that doesn't work at all. The songs I am using are all ripped from CD's. I did use Roxio on-line support, and they were cluless. Please help!!!! I am getting to the point where I may end up using Windows Movie Maker and buring it with Roxio (this works perfectly), but WMM doesn't have all the special effects that Roxio has. :( P.S. keep in mind, I know very little about computers, and don't speak computer lingo. Besides, this is a software problem, not computer. Thanks. I really want to nail this issue so I can use Roxio for the reason for which I purchased it.

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I am creating a music/slide show using Videowave. I have been able to easily add pictues, transitions, and at leaat one song to the timeline. The PROBLEM lies with adding an addtional song. When I try and add the second song on the timeline (I obviously want the second song to add onto the timeline where the first song ends). What happens is that I only get part ( a second or more) of the song, and it ends up way down the timeline, past the pictures. I have tried to click and drag it over to the left so it plays after the first song, but that doesn't work at all. The songs I am using are all ripped from CD's. I did use Roxio on-line support, and they were cluless. Please help!!!! I am getting to the point where I may end up using Windows Movie Maker and buring it with Roxio (this works perfectly), but WMM doesn't have all the special effects that Roxio has. :( P.S. keep in mind, I know very little about computers, and don't speak computer lingo. Besides, this is a software problem, not computer. Thanks. I really want to nail this issue so I can use Roxio for the reason for which I purchased it.

 

Hi there,my thinking is, when you ripped the music from the cd, one of your music file somewhere has been corrupted.

 

Have you tried just listening to the specified track on your PC? Does it work?

 

Try and rip that specified track and try and add this as you did before.

 

See if that works. As the first song works fine.

 

If that does not work try a few different tracks and see if they work after the first track you have added.

 

It could be just that one track :rolleyes:

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Hi there,my thinking is, when you ripped the music from the cd, one of your music file somewhere has been corrupted.

 

Have you tried just listening to the specified track on your PC? Does it work?

 

Try and rip that specified track and try and add this as you did before.

 

See if that works. As the first song works fine.

 

If that does not work try a few different tracks and see if they work after the first track you have added.

 

It could be just that one track :rolleyes:

 

KAZ, this is one of the several duplicate posts by the original poster. His questions were answered in a duplicate post and he indicated that he had it fixed. He deleted all music and then added in only the ones he wanted; it may also be related to the fix of clearing the proxy files.

 

For some reason, some people think they must ask the same questions several times in different sections of this forum. Perhaps that is standard in other forums but not in this one.

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