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Roxio Mydvd


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I am trying to create a slideshow using MyDVD, I am adding an MP3 file to the project that I want to fade in and fade out, but when I try to edit the audio file, it keeps opening up Audio Trimmer and not an audio editor to allow me to fade the adio in and out.

 

I tried to see if there is a way to change the settings so that it opens the audio editor instead of audio trimmer. Am I missing something?

 

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I figured it out, on the same toolbar as the "timeline" button, is a button that looks like a micrphone, next to it is the button that will allow you to edit the sound of an audio. I hope that helps.

 

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Thanks - I now can do it too! Thanks for your help. Roxio could be more helpful in their programming by allowing a link to Audio Trimmer OR Sound Editor when you click on an Audio track.

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I am trying to create a slideshow using MyDVD, I am adding an MP3 file to the project that I want to fade in and fade out, but when I try to edit the audio file, it keeps opening up Audio Trimmer and not an audio editor to allow me to fade the adio in and out.

 

I tried to see if there is a way to change the settings so that it opens the audio editor instead of audio trimmer. Am I missing something?

 

:)

 

Took me a while to find this, because it was different in Version 7.5

 

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This is what I do: In VideoWave or MyDVD, make sure you are in Timeline Mode, then Press the + - symbol next to the TimeLine button which allows you to show additional tracks. Select the ones you wish to edit. Then you can edit the track right on the timeline board. Simply click where you want to increase or decrease the volume and move it up or down. Hope this helps.

 

Mark

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