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First, I have used the roxio capture video component and have successfully captured a 15 minute long avi file. Next, I have imported that into my video wave component, where I am attempting to get it to detect the scenes. It is all in 1 scene, and right clicking the clip, there ought to be an option to detect scenes, as the tutorial files suggest, but there is not. I can do this in Windows Movie maker after calling it up there, but I want to use Roxio easy media creator software to do all the processing. Why will it not allow me to get the scenes detected at this point?

 

The second thing is that there is talking and such in the audio that I want to edit out entirely, before putting in some new audio tracks. I can't find anything that shows how to delete the audio that is there now that was in the original capture. Can I do this in video wave where I am now, or is there another component to use for this?

 

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Bruce

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First, I have used the roxio capture video component and have successfully captured a 15 minute long avi file. Next, I have imported that into my video wave component, where I am attempting to get it to detect the scenes. It is all in 1 scene, and right clicking the clip, there ought to be an option to detect scenes, as the tutorial files suggest, but there is not. I can do this in Windows Movie maker after calling it up there, but I want to use Roxio easy media creator software to do all the processing. Why will it not allow me to get the scenes detected at this point?

 

The second thing is that there is talking and such in the audio that I want to edit out entirely, before putting in some new audio tracks. I can't find anything that shows how to delete the audio that is there now that was in the original capture. Can I do this in video wave where I am now, or is there another component to use for this?

 

Thanks,

 

 

Bruce

 

I assume you have added the video to the timeline and are now trying to detect scenes. It does not work that way. You detect the scenes firs and then add them to the timeline.

 

From the menu select View then Media Selector and then Dock Media Selector. Then using the Media Selector navigate to your avi video, rigtht click on it and you will have Scene Detection as one of the drop-down options.

 

Native audio cannot be removed from a video clip but can only be muted. Once you have added a clip to the time line, show the native audio track by toggling the option via SHow/Hide Tracks the clip, then right click on the blue circle in the left side of the Native track to mute the audio

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From the menu select View then Media Selector and then Dock Media Selector. Then using the Media Selector navigate to your avi video, rigtht click on it and you will have Scene Detection as one of the drop-down options.

 

It says dock media selector is not allowed at this resolution but it does not tell me at what resolution it would be allowed.

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From the menu select View then Media Selector and then Dock Media Selector. Then using the Media Selector navigate to your avi video, rigtht click on it and you will have Scene Detection as one of the drop-down options.

 

For whatever reason, at maximum resolution of 1440 X 900, it allows me to use the dock media selector option, but not at 1280 X 800, which is the next one down and what I normally use so I can see my stuff better.

 

 

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For whatever reason, at maximum resolution of 1440 X 900, it allows me to use the dock media selector option, but not at 1280 X 800, which is the next one down and what I normally use so I can see my stuff better.

 

As far as I know, the resolution required to be able to dock is 1280x1024. At least that is the lowest one that works for me

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For whatever reason, at maximum resolution of 1440 X 900, it allows me to use the dock media selector option, but not at 1280 X 800, which is the next one down and what I normally use so I can see my stuff better.

 

You don't have to dock the Media Selector. It just makes it easier to select and drag items to the Production Editor, below. If docked, you don't have to click on View, the next time you open VideoWave.

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