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Adding Narrative Audio In Video Wave


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Isn' t there anyone out there that can tell me how to add Narrative Audio to a bunch of photos that I have in Video Wave. When I click on Add Narrative, I get a panel that has the photo that I clicked on on the right hand side and a Record button on the left with two green volume bars. When I talk into the mike, the green bars give indication of picking up a signal and there is an indication of of a sound track on the Nar track but when I replay, there is no sound. What am I doing wrong???

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Several things to check. First, from the Narration screen in Videowave, click Audio Settings and ensure Microphone is selected in the Input window (assuming your microphone is connected to that port in the computer).

 

Next, double click the speaker icon on the bottom of the Windows task bar (or click Start\Control Panel\Sound and Audio Devices and then click Advanced from the Volume tab). Make sure there is no check mark in the Mute box under microphone. Next click Option\Properties and click the Recording button and ensure there is a check mark in the microphone box. Click OK and close the volume control window.

 

Now see if you get narration in videowave.

 

Hope one of those things helps.

 

 

Thanks for your help!

I was finally able to get some results on the narrative track but when replayed the volume was very weak. I had to turn up the volume to hear it and then I got lots of mike noise. The volume indicator showed the input was sufficient and even went into the red at times but I still must not be doing something right. Maybe I should get a better mike--this is a very cheap one that I have. Again thanks for your help.

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Thanks for your help!

I was finally able to get some results on the narrative track but when replayed the volume was very weak. I had to turn up the volume to hear it and then I got lots of mike noise. The volume indicator showed the input was sufficient and even went into the red at times but I still must not be doing something right. Maybe I should get a better mike--this is a very cheap one that I have. Again thanks for your help.

 

Your welcome, but from your post I am not sure what help I have been since you seem to still be having problems.

 

One other thing. You can capture your narration using any other audio editor you may have. If you do that, save it as a audio file (I would suggest WAV) to the hard drive. You can then open Videowave, click Show Media Selector, navigate to the location of your audio file, and drag it to the narration track. Just another option if your have software that will record your audio better.

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Isn' t there anyone out there that can tell me how to add Narrative Audio to a bunch of photos that I have in Video Wave. When I click on Add Narrative, I get a panel that has the photo that I clicked on on the right hand side and a Record button on the left with two green volume bars. When I talk into the mike, the green bars give indication of picking up a signal and there is an indication of of a sound track on the Nar track but when I replay, there is no sound. What am I doing wrong???

 

Several things to check. First, from the Narration screen in Videowave, click Audio Settings and ensure Microphone is selected in the Input window (assuming your microphone is connected to that port in the computer).

 

Next, double click the speaker icon on the bottom of the Windows task bar (or click Start\Control Panel\Sound and Audio Devices and then click Advanced from the Volume tab). Make sure there is no check mark in the Mute box under microphone. Next click Option\Properties and click the Recording button and ensure there is a check mark in the microphone box. Click OK and close the volume control window.

 

Now see if you get narration in videowave.

 

Hope one of those things helps.

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