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Adding audio files to slideshow


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You will need to join some audio files into a single audio track. This can be done in a odd way with Toast. Choose audio CD as the format in the Audio window. Add your tracks and change the gap to 0 seconds (you may even want to create some crossfades). The gap for the first track needs to remain at 2 seconds. Now choose Save as Disc Image. Toast creates a .sd2f disc image file. Change the extension to .aiff and you have a single audio track. You also can open the .sd2f track in iTunes and iTunes will import it as a single audio track.

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Wow, sounds great, but what is Toast?

 

 

You will need to join some audio files into a single audio track. This can be done in a odd way with Toast. Choose audio CD as the format in the Audio window. Add your tracks and change the gap to 0 seconds (you may even want to create some crossfades). The gap for the first track needs to remain at 2 seconds. Now choose Save as Disc Image. Toast creates a .sd2f disc image file. Change the extension to .aiff and you have a single audio track. You also can open the .sd2f track in iTunes and iTunes will import it as a single audio track.

 

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I made a photoshow with over 300 slides and as far as I can tell, I can only add one mp3 audio file which replays over and over again. Is there a way to combine multiple audio files to play through a photoshow?

 

First confirm that you have Roxio PhotoShow 5 or 6 and that it is not a left over from Nero, Comcast, Road Runner, etc. The left overs no longer work.

 

You can add as much music as you want. I assume you have a premium account and have created your PhotoShow in PhotoShow 6. You can download PS 6 from your hiome page. watch the applicable video here. With PS 6, you can use your own music. See first 2 images below.

 

If you did use Roxio PhotoShow 5 then, after selecting the music for a set of images, select use that music unttil next setting. Select the place where you want the next music to begin and click on it. Select the music you want for the next set and repeat as desired. See 3rd image below.

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