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Tring to add Audio tracks MP3s on video wave 11 form creator 2009 ult. Is really frustrating,

will not load audio files, the program sees all the audio files after clicking on to Background Audio but will not play the clip or add to production any help please.

 

Thanks :unsure::unsure::unsure::unsure:

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Tring to add Audio tracks MP3s on video wave 11 form creator 2009 ult. Is really frustrating,

will not load audio files, the program sees all the audio files after clicking on to Background Audio but will not play the clip or add to production any help please.

 

Thanks :unsure::unsure::unsure::unsure:

 

You cannot add mp3 files that you bought (rented) from an on-line store unless you paid the extra $$ to actually buy the DRM free audio. You can use audio files from a commercial or home made audio CD or homemade mp3 disc.

 

If they are not DRM protected, use Sound Editor to change the mp3 file to a wav file. Open Sound Editor, add the file and then export. Chose wav for the format.

 

Get to Sound Editor via the Audio tab "Edit Audio" or this way:

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Tring to add Audio tracks MP3s on video wave 11 form creator 2009 ult. Is really frustrating,

will not load audio files, the program sees all the audio files after clicking on to Background Audio but will not play the clip or add to production any help please.

 

Thanks :unsure::unsure::unsure::unsure:

 

 

Thanks very much works as you said it would, i never thought i would get a reply, i used creator 8 & 10 though with out changing files to .wav. but you're way work

 

thanks again

 

 

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