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Roxio Creator 2010 Plus


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On the plug and burn, the software don't reconize the camcorder. When I load the video onto the computer and create a DVD, It creates the DVD but when I play it on a DVD player I see the Video but don't have no audio.

 

Please give me :unsure: simple HELP

 

 

Cybertec High Definition - HD-DV1235

Connected with USB cable

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Cybertec High Definition - HD-DV1235

Connected with USB cable

 

Mighty expensive web cam you have there. :blink:

 

What does your instruction manual say. I can find the image and the blurb about the camera but there are no links to get more information.

 

I can't find any information about format, recording media etc. If you connect the camcorder to your computer does it recognize it as an external memory device? If so, just copy the files to a new folder on your hard drive. It then depends on the format. Try adding a file to Video Wave.

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Mighty expensive web cam you have there. :blink:

 

What does your instruction manual say. I can find the image and the blurb about the camera but there are no links to get more information.

 

I can't find any information about format, recording media etc. If you connect the camcorder to your computer does it recognize it as an external memory device? If so, just copy the files to a new folder on your hard drive. It then depends on the format. Try adding a file to Video Wave.

 

 

It dosn't reconize the camera at all. I put the SD card in the computer and get it loaded like that. But when I burn DVD there is no Audio.

 

Format: H.264(MOV)

 

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It dosn't reconize the camera at all. I put the SD card in the computer and get it loaded like that. But when I burn DVD there is no Audio.

 

Format: H.264(MOV)

 

Do you get audio when you play the video on your computer?

Doy you get audio when you add the video in Videowave?

 

Does Windows Explorer recognize the camera? The Roxio software doesn't need to recognize the camera since there is no need to use the software to import the video.

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Do you get audio when you play the video on your computer?

Doy you get audio when you add the video in Videowave?

 

Does Windows Explorer recognize the camera? The Roxio software doesn't need to recognize the camera since there is no need to use the software to import the video.

 

 

The Video plays in the Videowave but the Audio don't play.

I get it onto the computer by importing the SD card to Picasa3 , the Audio plays in Picasa but choppy.

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The Video plays in the Videowave but the Audio don't play.

I get it onto the computer by importing the SD card to Picasa3 , the Audio plays in Picasa but choppy.

 

Just use Windows to copy the files to a folder on your computer; no need to use Picasa. Try it directly; Picasa may be changing the video.

 

Open Video Wave, add the file. Click to show hidden tracks. Select "Native", close that. You should see a new blue track just below the video track. There should be a line half way up in the track. If you can;t see it, click on the icon just below the preview window that talks about audio envelop. Click on that and you should see the wave form being generated. If the line or wav form is not there, then the audio track is not compatible with the program. If the line or wave form is near the bottom of the track, then the audio is too quiet to hear it. You can make it louder with the speaker icon just below the preview window.

 

If you have Creator 2010 Pro, then you have Sound Soap from Bias as a separate program if you loaded the second disc. You can add the mov file to Sound Soap and save the audio as a wav file. You then put the original video into Video Wave and add the wav file to any audio track other than the native track.

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Just use Windows to copy the files to a folder on your computer; no need to use Picasa. Try it directly; Picasa may be changing the video.

 

Open Video Wave, add the file. Click to show hidden tracks. Select "Native", close that. You should see a new blue track just below the video track. There should be a line half way up in the track. If you can;t see it, click on the icon just below the preview window that talks about audio envelop. Click on that and you should see the wave form being generated. If the line or wav form is not there, then the audio track is not compatible with the program. If the line or wave form is near the bottom of the track, then the audio is too quiet to hear it. You can make it louder with the speaker icon just below the preview window.

 

If you have Creator 2010 Pro, then you have Sound Soap from Bias as a separate program if you loaded the second disc. You can add the mov file to Sound Soap and save the audio as a wav file. You then put the original video into Video Wave and add the wav file to any audio track other than the native track.

 

 

I did all you told me to do. The wave line, it is in the middle. I preview the video and still no sound in VideoWave. There is audio when played in windows. What now?

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I don't have soap. I have the Roxio Creator 2010 Plus. Not the Pro.

 

 

If there is anyone who could help, thanks

I can burn a DVD with the old version of Sonic, (Which came on my desktop, Windows 98 SE ) I loaded it on the Laptop Vista, it says it's not for my upgraded system. But it burns DVD's and they play... Video and Audio.

I can burn with windows Movie Maker and it plays good.

But with Roxio Creator 2010 Plus it will not play the Audio.

You may say the others work , use them, Roxio wasn't cheap , so I want it to work. Not pleased with it. I expected it to work as good if not better than the old version Sonic. But so far not. I'm sure when I get this bug worked out, it will be great.

 

 

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Generally USB isn't the prefered connection method (it has been known to cause audio problems). Have you a firewire connection and see if that's any better?

 

When I load my video onto the computer, With the SD card , There is still no Audio. I need help fixing the audio.

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When I load my video onto the computer, With the SD card , There is still no Audio. I need help fixing the audio.

 

Download and run gspot codec appliance on that video file. What does it say about the audio codec?

 

You may have to reinstall the software if the codec is one that is found and us a normal one.

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Download and run gspot codec appliance on that video file. What does it say about the audio codec?

 

You may have to reinstall the software if the codec is one that is found and us a normal one.

 

 

Don't really know what I am doing , but I downloaded GSpot and ran it on the file. The Audio says......

 

codec mp4a: MPEG-4 AAC LC

info 48000Hz 128kb/s tot , stereo [2/0]

 

It says the video could be rendered but the audio could not.

So on reinstalling the software, do you mean the Rexio Creator 2010 plus software ? What is a normal one and how do I use a normal one?

 

 

 

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Don't really know what I am doing , but I downloaded GSpot and ran it on the file. The Audio says......

 

codec mp4a: MPEG-4 AAC LC

info 48000Hz 128kb/s tot , stereo [2/0]

 

It says the video could be rendered but the audio could not.

So on reinstalling the software, do you mean the Rexio Creator 2010 plus software ? What is a normal one and how do I use a normal one?

 

That is a normal audio in terms of HZ, format, bits per second.

 

At this point, the only thing I can suggest is to change the format of the audio.

1) Navigate to the video file using Media Manager. Right click on the file and select extract audio. Name and save the file.

2) Close out of that and open Sound Editor. Add that audio file to the audio line and then export that clip to a wav file Make sure you name it and know where you exported it to.

3) Close that and open Video Wave. Add the video file, click to show hidden tracks so you can see the native audio track. Single click to select it and then click on the speaker to mute it. Now add the exported audio track to the music track or the sfx track. If you only have that one video file it will line up. See if it will preview with audio.

4) If you plan to add or edit the file, in Video Wave, click on it and then select internal tracks. The screen will change a bit and you can add the audio there. When you are done, click close. The audio is tied to the video so you can then add titles, images, other video, etc. and that audio will stay with that video.

 

Print out these instructions; they are an outline only but should get you where you want to be.

 

Since that is a MOV file and audio, and if the above doesn't work, you may want to consider using a third party video converter to change the mov file to an mpg2 file or consider buying Quick Time Pro to convert the file.

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