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I imported video from my Sony HDR-HC7 using the import utility that came with the camera. The utility created .m2t files that can be played back using the Picture Motion Browser that also came with the camcorder. When I try to edit the video using Roxio Videowave, it will not have any audio attached to the .mpg conversion that Videowave has made...anyone have any idea what i'm doing wrong? Thanks for your help!

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I imported video from my Sony HDR-HC7 using the import utility that came with the camera. The utility created .m2t files that can be played back using the Picture Motion Browser that also came with the camcorder. When I try to edit the video using Roxio Videowave, it will not have any audio attached to the .mpg conversion that Videowave has made...anyone have any idea what i'm doing wrong? Thanks for your help!

 

Something else to try please. When you have the video in Video Wave, click on the show/hide tracks. Show the native track. Now click on the track and click on the icon thats looks like a right angle with a ball at the apex. Do you see a wave form? Is it as large or larger than what I show? If it is smaller, increase the volume by selecting the speaker icon. Do you see something now?

 

Have you tried the Media Import application that comes in Creator 2009 (connect by Firewire).

 

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I had the HC7 for awhile last year and didn't have any issues. I now have the Canon HV20 which uses the same format. Did you have any problems installing Creator 2009?

 

Actually, I had a copy of Easy Media Creator 10 on this laptop...I took the laptop elsewhere other than home, to try to troubleshoot the audio issue, but I wound up getting a "Runtime Error", which required me to reinstall EMC 10...but I misplaced the install disks, so I purchased the Creator 2009 download. I again, for the second time, yesterday, took this laptop to another site, other than home and encountered the same problem...getting the same 'Runtime Error". I am having the same issue with both EMC 10 and Creator 2009. Is it my laptop?

 

I did come across a dialog box somewhere in Creator 2009 that said "...extract audio" and it told me there was no audio to extract.

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Something else to try please. When you have the video in Video Wave, click on the show/hide tracks. Show the native track. Now click on the track and click on the icon thats looks like a right angle with a ball at the apex. Do you see a wave form? Is it as large or larger than what I show? If it is smaller, increase the volume by selecting the speaker icon. Do you see something now?

 

Have you tried the Media Import application that comes in Creator 2009 (connect by Firewire).

 

I don't see the icon you are describing...is it suppose to be there?

 

I did use the Media Import application, using Firewire...I was able to import both video and audio, but there are no transitional gaps in the video, and I still can't find the icon thats looks like a right angle with a ball at the apex.

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I don't see the icon you are describing...is it suppose to be there?

 

I did use the Media Import application, using Firewire...I was able to import both video and audio, but there are no transitional gaps in the video, and I still can't find the icon thats looks like a right angle with a ball at the apex.

 

The left arrow is pointing at it. Perhaps I should have described it in a different way. Don't worry, where is the straignt line in the native audio track. It should be hald way or more "up". Have you just tried to turn up the volume using the speaker icon (the other arrow)?

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The left arrow is pointing at it. Perhaps I should have described it in a different way. Don't worry, where is the straignt line in the native audio track. It should be hald way or more "up". Have you just tried to turn up the volume using the speaker icon (the other arrow)?

 

The speaker icon and another unknown icon are "grayed out" and not usable. There are add narration,add background audio, trim, delete selected item and view settings... icons only, nothing else.

 

I am going to uninstall Creator 2009 and try to reinstall...I now am getting an error dialog box at launch stating that the application has encountered a problem and needs to close, and whether or not I should send Microsoft an error report.

 

I went from Easy CD Creator 5 to this...there's got to be an easier way!

 

Thanks for your help.

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