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I insert my audio track onto my music track. I double click on the audio selection and then press trim audio. I play the song until I get to the point I want to start and then I press the far right arrow to trim. Then I press OK. This puts my song on the music track and when I play it on my computer it is fine., When I burn the DVD, the song starts at the beginning of the song, not where I trimmed it. What am I doing wrong?

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I insert my audio track onto my music track. I double click on the audio selection and then press trim audio. I play the song until I get to the point I want to start and then I press the far right arrow to trim. Then I press OK. This puts my song on the music track and when I play it on my computer it is fine., When I burn the DVD, the song starts at the beginning of the song, not where I trimmed it. What am I doing wrong?

 

Good question. From your description, you may be simply cutting off the end of the song but leaving the start at the beginning. You should use two control, one for the start of the song and one for the end.

 

If you are indeed using both the start and the end controls, then do your audio editing in Video Wave and then try clearing the proxy files. In Video Wave (where you should be working) go to the top menu, select tools options, and then clear the proxy files. The files will be immediately rebuilt with that edit rather than the full song.

 

Preview that project and then add it to My DVD to burn. Instead of burning directly to a disc, make an ISO file. Make sure you remember where you put it on your computer and what you name it. Download and run VLC (free player). It will play that ISO file on your computer. If it sounds OK, then just copy that ISO file to your blank DVD using Creator Classic or Video Copy and Convert.

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Thank you for your info. Before I received it, I went into sound editor and edited the original songs. Then imported them back into my music this timed it saved as a wav not an mp4. I then deleted my orignal audio tracks and imported my wav tracks. I saved my worked and then burned my DVD at 8.0 speed. It came out great.

 

Now, I did all of this in MY DVD. Next time I will work in videowave first because everyone says I should. Why is that?

 

I will also keep your your info about the audio editing.

 

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Thank you for your info. Before I received it, I went into sound editor and edited the original songs. Then imported them back into my music this timed it saved as a wav not an mp4. I then deleted my orignal audio tracks and imported my wav tracks. I saved my worked and then burned my DVD at 8.0 speed. It came out great.

 

Now, I did all of this in MY DVD. Next time I will work in videowave first because everyone says I should. Why is that?

 

I will also keep your your info about the audio editing.

 

Videowave is the program designed for creating and editing your video projects. MyDVD is for the authoring of your dvd (For example, it helps you in creating menus, chapters, subtitles, etc.) Videowave will give you more flexibility in creating your productions. Hope that helps!!

 

Rachel

 

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