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VideoWave 8 and adding music


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I have been using Roxio since version 5 and so am fairly familiar with many of its features. I now have the version 8 suite, (and have downloaded and installed the patch) and have just finished producing a slideshow using videowave. As usual, I have added music - and this is where the problem lies. The track shows up OK, yet sometimes it plays and sometimes it does not. The music files have all been converted and when I go to edit them, some show details so you can edit and others do not.

 

I am really confused as to what is happening and/or how I can fix it. Any suggestions would be very welcome.

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Can you see any pattern regarding the source of the music file? Are some downloaded from an online service and others from an LP or cd?

I have been using Roxio since version 5 and so am fairly familiar with many of its features. I now have the version 8 suite, (and have downloaded and installed the patch) and have just finished producing a slideshow using videowave. As usual, I have added music - and this is where the problem lies. The track shows up OK, yet sometimes it plays and sometimes it does not. The music files have all been converted and when I go to edit them, some show details so you can edit and others do not.

 

I am really confused as to what is happening and/or how I can fix it. Any suggestions would be very welcome.

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Can you see any pattern regarding the source of the music file? Are some downloaded from an online service and others from an LP or cd?

 

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Thanks for your prompt response. No I cannot see any pattern. I have used both Creator Suite 8 and iTunes to convert the music from CD's and the tracks are stored on my hard disk. I can play them from the hard disk, but only some of them retain their playing qualities when added to the music track of videowave.

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