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Deleting over exposed frames in Videowave 8


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Another situation just encountered for which I have not been able to find a solution. In a home made movie, I have some individual frames within a chapter that are over exposed. Would like to be able to delete the over exposed portion. I did find that by setting the start and end of the bad frames, deletes the rest of the chapter and only shows the bad part. Is there a way in Videowave 8 where I can simply delete just the bad section and leave the rest of the chapter alone?

On a similar project.....I would like to edit several more videos and somehow add scenes from movie #2 to movie #1. This again might requires a cut and paste type operation. But how?

 

Thanks

 

Vern

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Another situation just encountered for which I have not been able to find a solution. In a home made movie, I have some individual frames within a chapter that are over exposed. Would like to be able to delete the over exposed portion. I did find that by setting the start and end of the bad frames, deletes the rest of the chapter and only shows the bad part. Is there a way in Videowave 8 where I can simply delete just the bad section and leave the rest of the chapter alone?

On a similar project.....I would like to edit several more videos and somehow add scenes from movie #2 to movie #1. This again might requires a cut and paste type operation. But how?

 

Thanks

 

Vern

 

Hi, Vern. To eliminate unwanted portions from a video file, try this:

 

1. Drag the video file to the video track in Videowave.

 

2. Make sure you are in the timeline view and play the video to the beginning of the portion of the video you want to delete and pause.

 

3. Use the previous/next frame buttons in the Preview window to tweak the location, then right mouse button click and select Split.

 

4. Now continue playing the clip to the end of the section to delete and the repeat step 3.

 

5. Point to the split portion to delete, right mouse click and select Delete. It is gone

 

 

As far as you second question is concerned, try the above to get the portions you want to add to a different project. Highlight them all using the Ctrl key and copy to the clipboard. Now open the other project and paste them in. You then can drag them to the location you want.

 

Hope that helps

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