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Hi, my name is Yvonne and I am new to Roxio. I have successfully (or at least I think I have succesfully :) ) captured video from my camcorder. My dilemma is that I am now trying to delete some scenes from the captured video but am having no luck in doing so. I have tried everywhere to find out how to do this without success. It also seems that the sound my have been lost from one of the captured videos. Can somewhere out there please help. Thanks heaps. Yvonne from Australia

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Hi there way down under :)

 

Try this: After you have captured your video (I assume you are using a Firewire cable and the EMC program to do the capture) save it to your desktop or a folder of your choice. Then open up EMC and the open the VIDEOWAVE program. Insert the video on the "Timeline" view on the appropriate track. Make sure all the tracks are available by clicking on the small +/- Icon and check all the boxes. Once it's been added there, you can edit it and remove portions of the video you don't want. Check the "Tips and Tricks" listings, as I think there may be one that has some instruction on this very thing.

 

Frank...

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.....you can edit it and remove portions of the video you don't want

 

Editing in the timeline view is done by 'splitting' the video into scenes that you want and scenes that you don't want.

 

Then you delete the scenes that you don't want.

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Thank you, I will have another go, I saw this option but had all sorts of trouble trying to "trim" the scenes. Di I need to use the "split screen" button to do this. Sorry, but am really new to all of this :) Find I am spending hours in front of the computer and getting no where :(

 

Editing in the timeline view is done by 'splitting' the video into scenes that you want and scenes that you don't want.

 

Then you delete the scenes that you don't want.

 

 

Hi, my name is Yvonne and I am new to Roxio. I have successfully (or at least I think I have succesfully :) ) captured video from my camcorder. My dilemma is that I am now trying to delete some scenes from the captured video but am having no luck in doing so. I have tried everywhere to find out how to do this without success. It also seems that the sound my have been lost from one of the captured videos. Can somewhere out there please help. Thanks heaps. Yvonne from Australia

 

 

Hi there way down under :)

 

Try this: After you have captured your video (I assume you are using a Firewire cable and the EMC program to do the capture) save it to your desktop or a folder of your choice. Then open up EMC and the open the VIDEOWAVE program. Insert the video on the "Timeline" view on the appropriate track. Make sure all the tracks are available by clicking on the small +/- Icon and check all the boxes. Once it's been added there, you can edit it and remove portions of the video you don't want. Check the "Tips and Tricks" listings, as I think there may be one that has some instruction on this very thing.

 

Frank...

 

 

Hi Frank,

 

Thank you for your response.

 

Yes, I am using a firewire cable and using Windows Movie Maker to caputure the video (or should I use the Roxio capture video?).

 

I will have another go at it but it gets very frustrating when you are spending hours in front of your computer and not getting anywhere LOL.

 

I suppose practice makes perfect.

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Thank you, I will have another go, I saw this option but had all sorts of trouble trying to "trim" the scenes. Di I need to use the "split screen" button to do this. Sorry, but am really new to all of this :) Find I am spending hours in front of the computer and getting no where :(

Hi Frank,

 

Thank you for your response.

 

Yes, I am using a firewire cable and using Windows Movie Maker to caputure the video (or should I use the Roxio capture video?).

 

I will have another go at it but it gets very frustrating when you are spending hours in front of your computer and not getting anywhere LOL.

 

I suppose practice makes perfect.

 

Use the Roxio software to capture, and capture as a DV-AVI file.

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Thank you, I will try this. I will be an expert in no time - NOT LOL

 

Then put the captured video onto a VideoWave production in the Timeline View.

 

The easiest way to trim out the video that you don't want is to 'split' it into scenes that you want to keep and scenes that you don't want. Then delete the unwanted scenes.

 

If you need to 'fine tune' your scene and it's within 10 frames of the beginning or end, you'll probably have to use Adjust Druation and set the beginning/end points.

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Thank you very much. I will again attempt to try this.

 

 

Then put the captured video onto a VideoWave production in the Timeline View.

 

The easiest way to trim out the video that you don't want is to 'split' it into scenes that you want to keep and scenes that you don't want. Then delete the unwanted scenes.

 

If you need to 'fine tune' your scene and it's within 10 frames of the beginning or end, you'll probably have to use Adjust Druation and set the beginning/end points.

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Thank you very much. I will again attempt to try this.

This is very interesting to me for several reasons. I capture using a non-supported device (Miglia Director's Cut) which works great in Moviemaker (which sees it as a Philips product and who knows? maybe by now it is) but not in anything Roxio, then I save it in avi ( or even Moviemaker formats) and import it with great success into Roxio product. The #2 thing that is interesting is that you are the only user I have run into so far whose product is called: "My DVD 9 Studio Premier". I just got out of a long thread in the EMC9 Deluxe section of this forum before I discovered I was in the wrong place (even tho all the familiar apps - My DVD, VideoWave, etc are version 9) so can some Roxio/Sonic person tell us what we have? What will work? Why does no one else except Yvonne and I have a product called "My DVD 9 Studio Premier"? In the meantime, please don't take it away. Most of it works fine. Some kind of transition/labeling thing is going on here which my 009 personality needs to know....

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This is very interesting to me for several reasons. I capture using a non-supported device (Miglia Director's Cut) which works great in Moviemaker (which sees it as a Philips product and who knows? maybe by now it is) but not in anything Roxio, then I save it in avi ( or even Moviemaker formats) and import it with great success into Roxio product. The #2 thing that is interesting is that you are the only user I have run into so far whose product is called: "My DVD 9 Studio Premier". I just got out of a long thread in the EMC9 Deluxe section of this forum before I discovered I was in the wrong place (even tho all the familiar apps - My DVD, VideoWave, etc are version 9) so can some Roxio/Sonic person tell us what we have? What will work? Why does no one else except Yvonne and I have a product called "My DVD 9 Studio Premier"? In the meantime, please don't take it away. Most of it works fine. Some kind of transition/labeling thing is going on here which my 009 personality needs to know....

 

 

I am not Roxio, but you can go here and compare all of the software with each other:

 

http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/allproducts.html

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