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Adding Audio To A Production

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Confusing!

 

Insert background music to production:

 

How do you want to insert the audio?

 

Add on Music Track

 

Add on Sound Effect Track

 

Add on Internal Music Track of the selected panel

 

 

What is the difference between Music Track and Sound Effect Track?

 

I just want music to play while the video is playing.

 

 

Different Question:

When I transferred from super8 or 8mm projector to camcorder I get the sound of the projector in the background.

After transferring to my computer and play it back, I hear that sound.

Is there any way I can remove that sound from my video?

 

Adding music did not cover it up, you could still hear the projector sound.

 

Thank you

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If you just want some background music in your Videowave production (assume that's what you are using) just add it to the music track. Change to the "Timeline" view to see and edit it. There is an option to mute the music in your video, but I'm curious to know what kind of "Projector" you are using that has the noise you are describing.

 

Frank...

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If you just want some background music in your Videowave production (assume that's what you are using) just add it to the music track. Change to the "Timeline" view to see and edit it. There is an option to mute the music in your video, but I'm curious to know what kind of "Projector" you are using that has the noise you are describing.

 

Frank...

 

 

I am dumb, dumb, dumb.

Right after sending the question about the projector sound it hit me like a ton of bricks!

 

I am so used to new technology with sound, that I forgot that 8mm and super8 do not have sound, they are silent.

 

Once I had them transferred to my camcorder, the next step was to transfer them to the computer.

 

Here is where I messed up.

I connected the S-Video as well as the audio red and white.

I should have connected only the S-Video since I did not want to capture the sound from the projector to my computer version of the video.

 

Sorry for submitting this stupid question.

 

 

Since you are asking the question about what kind of projector I am using, I have to assume you are too young to remember 8mm and super8.

The projectors always made a lot of noise.

 

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I am dumb, dumb, dumb.

Right after sending the question about the projector sound it hit me like a ton of bricks!

 

I am so used to new technology with sound, that I forgot that 8mm and super8 do not have sound, they are silent.

 

Once I had them transferred to my camcorder, the next step was to transfer them to the computer.

 

Here is where I messed up.

I connected the S-Video as well as the audio red and white.

I should have connected only the S-Video since I did not want to capture the sound from the projector to my computer version of the video.

 

Sorry for submitting this stupid question.

 

 

Since you are asking the question about what kind of projector I am using, I have to assume you are too young to remember 8mm and super8.

The projectors always made a lot of noise.

 

I think Frank is in his 70's, so you are correct. He is young. :)

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I think Frank is in his 70's, so you are correct. He is young. :)

Lots of us remember! I had to wind a spring on my first movie camera, 1965.

 

Levels of technology pictured? 8mm/Super8 projector; Digital Camcorder; Color Inkjet printer and the yellow thingy is my Handheld GPS receiver…

 

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For clarity:

 

Sound goes on Music track and to mute Native Audio:

 

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Then finish by moving the slider:

 

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"Lots of us remember! I had to wind a spring on my first movie camera, 1965."

 

Thanks Jim :glare: I didn't own one like that, but I sure can remember them. :lol:

 

"I think Frank is in his 70's, so you are correct. He is young"

 

Boy, that's sounds good to me Bruce :lol:

 

And Sorry if I wasn't more clear about my question regarding your projector "meow". I was just wondering what kind of projector you actually had :glare: The only one I had was a lot older than that one Jim posted :rolleyes::lol:

 

Frank...

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Speaking of hand cranks---Remember this one Jim ??? :lol: Naw---You guys are way to young :lol::lol:

 

Frank...

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I think I had a phone like that once…

 

No just kidding, my phones had dials: SOuth – 1 – 0388 was my number, about the 1950's. 'Everything is up to date in Kansas City'.

 

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I think I had a phone like that once…

 

No just kidding, my phones had dials: SOuth – 1 – 0388 was my number, about the 1950's. 'Everything is up to date in Kansas City'.

 

LOLLOL! Ours was CLearwater -4- 2256, until the early 60's.

 

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The first phone I can remember had no numbers at all. It just had 4 short rings and 1 long ring.

 

Frank...

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