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Sonic Digital Media V7 Saving My Edits...appreciate Any Advice...


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I apologize for asking a 101 question, but I have tried and cannot find the answer.

 

I fell asleep when I was capturing video using Windows Movie Maker...so I have a 3 hour video file.

 

I want to split that 3 hour capture into four components that I would then burn to DVD.

 

So I go into Sonic Digital Media v7, click Add Files...select the captured video.

 

I click the Edit icon and split the captured video into four sections/scenes based on where I want the cuts. So at the bottom of the Edit Page I have four separate Edits (looks like four pieces of film).

 

I have searched for and can't find the answer to this question: How can I save each of those sections/scenes into their own individual files. My goal is to burn each one on to their own respective DVD.

 

I hope I have explained my situation sufficiently. Thank you for your willingness to read my problem and for your consideration in offering any support or a solution.

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I apologize for asking a 101 question, but I have tried and cannot find the answer.

 

I fell asleep when I was capturing video using Windows Movie Maker...so I have a 3 hour video file.

 

I want to split that 3 hour capture into four components that I would then burn to DVD.

 

So I go into Sonic Digital Media v7, click Add Files...select the captured video.

 

I click the Edit icon and split the captured video into four sections/scenes based on where I want the cuts. So at the bottom of the Edit Page I have four separate Edits (looks like four pieces of film).

 

I have searched for and can't find the answer to this question: How can I save each of those sections/scenes into their own individual files. My goal is to burn each one on to their own respective DVD.

 

I hope I have explained my situation sufficiently. Thank you for your willingness to read my problem and for your consideration in offering any support or a solution.

 

Hmmm, Sonic Digital Media V7? I'm not familiar with that program but I found some information. Which version do you have?

 

Try this. It works with the Roxio product so it MIGHT work with your program.

 

First save that project with a name something like all. Next select the first section. Use the Windows copy command CTRL-C. Open a new project and select the first "box". Use the Windows command for paste (CTRL-V). That Frost section should be pasted into the box. Check it and save it as section 1. Repeat for the rest of them.

 

Let us know if it works.

 

Moved to correct forum.

 

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I apologize...I should have said the program is Sonic MyDVD that I am trying to edit and save the sections/scenes... Forgive my mistake....and thank you....

 

 

 

 

I apologize for asking a 101 question, but I have tried and cannot find the answer.

 

I fell asleep when I was capturing video using Windows Movie Maker...so I have a 3 hour video file.

 

I want to split that 3 hour capture into four components that I would then burn to DVD.

 

So I go into Sonic Digital Media v7, click Add Files...select the captured video.

 

I click the Edit icon and split the captured video into four sections/scenes based on where I want the cuts. So at the bottom of the Edit Page I have four separate Edits (looks like four pieces of film).

 

I have searched for and can't find the answer to this question: How can I save each of those sections/scenes into their own individual files. My goal is to burn each one on to their own respective DVD.

 

I hope I have explained my situation sufficiently. Thank you for your willingness to read my problem and for your consideration in offering any support or a solution.

 

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Hmmm, Sonic Digital Media V7? I'm not familiar with that program but I found some information. Which version do you have?

 

Try this. It works with the Roxio product so it MIGHT work with your program.

 

First save that project with a name something like all. Next select the first section. Use the Windows copy command CTRL-C. Open a new project and select the first "box". Use the Windows command for paste (CTRL-V). That Frost section should be pasted into the box. Check it and save it as section 1. Repeat for the rest of them.

 

Let us know if it works.

 

Moved to correct forum.

 

 

Thank you. I will try this approach. Appreciate your response.

 

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