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Bruce R

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Does cinematic not allow you to keep any of your audio on the imported video? It would be great to use it for the creativity and ease of use, but it appears that since it strips out part of the video automatically that it does strip all the audio that was on there.

 

Am I making the correct assumption, and thus is going through Video Wave always the option I want to edit videos with if I want to use the audtio on the import?

 

Then, with alll the tracks, if I do use video wave, is there a means to add a lower volume background music and not let it be louder than the voices on the captured video?

 

Thanks,

 

 

Bruce

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Does cinematic not allow you to keep any of your audio on the imported video? It would be great to use it for the creativity and ease of use, but it appears that since it strips out part of the video automatically that it does strip all the audio that was on there.

 

Am I making the correct assumption, and thus is going through Video Wave always the option I want to edit videos with if I want to use the audtio on the import?

 

Then, with alll the tracks, if I do use video wave, is there a means to add a lower volume background music and not let it be louder than the voices on the captured video?

 

Thanks,

Bruce

A bit more as to what malatekid posted.

 

CineMagic does not allow you to keep any of the audio. You can keep the audio in VideoWave and adjust it accoring to what you want. Watch the appropriate video here.

 

You can also identify scenes in a video to add to your VidwoWave production by navigating to the video and right clciking it. You can select how to identify scenes. After it is donw, you can then select the scenes and add them to the storyline. The scenes retain the audio.

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Does cinematic not allow you to keep any of your audio on the imported video? It would be great to use it for the creativity and ease of use, but it appears that since it strips out part of the video automatically that it does strip all the audio that was on there.

 

Am I making the correct assumption, and thus is going through Video Wave always the option I want to edit videos with if I want to use the audtio on the import?

 

Then, with alll the tracks, if I do use video wave, is there a means to add a lower volume background music and not let it be louder than the voices on the captured video?

 

Thanks,

 

 

Bruce

For the second question about lowering volume (Videowave application): Yes, you can lower the volume of the audio tracks. On Timeline view, activate the track. Then click on the speaker icon and bring the slider down. Alternative method is double click the audio track. There is an option in the dialogue box to adjust volume.

 

Do the step above for each audio track.

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