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Editing The Native Sound


jdhenninger@earthlink.net

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Is there any way of getting the native audio from a clip in VW8 into the Sound Editor to clean it up?

 

In videowave 8, click Show Media Selector and navigate to the location of your video clip. Point to the video and click the right mouse button, select Extract Audio, give it a name and location, and click Save. You can now open Sound Editor, navigate to the audio clip and make adjustments.

 

Note. extracting the native audio from a clip DOES NOT remove the audio. If you want to use the adjusted audio in place of the original native audio, you will have to mute the original native audio after dragging the video clip to the video track and then add the adjusted audio to the music track.

 

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I have never did this before but this is what I had found in the help section

 

Some of your video clips may already have audio. This audio portion is known as a native audio track and cannot be deleted from the video. You can, however, use the Audio Editor (or the Preview toolbar volume control) to control the volume or mute the native audio track. If you want to use only the audio portion of a video clip, you can extract the audio from the clip and use it as a separate audio effect. For more information, see Extracting audio from a video clip

 

If I am wrong,let me know.

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