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Native Audio Editing


SamIAm

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I was looking for software that would allow me to edit video and audio from home movies, then burn them to DVD. I called Roxio and asked if EMC9 would allow me to mute "Uncle Joe" when he says something he shouldn't. I was assured that I could do it, so I bought EMC9 Dlx. Now, reading the user guide and help, it says I can't edit native audio. :angry2:

 

So, my question to you experts: Is there a way for me to edit native audio? I need to be able to mute a word here and there without trimming sections out that would mess up the sync. Would I be able to extract the audo, edit it (i.e., mute a word or two), then put it back in as SFX or something?

 

Any help would be appreciated. Also, this is my first attempt at using this kind of software, so please only use words with two syllables or less. Thanks.

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I was looking for software that would allow me to edit video and audio from home movies, then burn them to DVD. I called Roxio and asked if EMC9 would allow me to mute "Uncle Joe" when he says something he shouldn't. I was assured that I could do it, so I bought EMC9 Dlx. Now, reading the user guide and help, it says I can't edit native audio. :angry2:

 

So, my question to you experts: Is there a way for me to edit native audio? I need to be able to mute a word here and there without trimming sections out that would mess up the sync. Would I be able to extract the audo, edit it (i.e., mute a word or two), then put it back in as SFX or something?

 

Any help would be appreciated. Also, this is my first attempt at using this kind of software, so please only use words with two syllables or less. Thanks.

There is a lot of good information in the Tips and Trick section of the V9 board. Including one that shows about muting a section of the video where Uncle Joe has something to say. Last one on the list. There may still be a little residual sound but if you are creative, you can put it something else - bell, whistle, or darn-it. (that's an "n") You can even put in your own voice in a section chastising Uncle Joe. (sorry, I noticed a few 3 syllable words!)

 

If you are just starting, you might be interested in the post about "One way of doing it". It has the entire process written out and contains links to the varoius videos.

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