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I am new to editing and new to Roxio. I converted a VHS home movie to DVD. I've used Roxio to convert the DVD to a WMV file that is saved on my hard drive. Before doing any editing,, the audio track on the movie is audible. However, when I use the simple editing application, the original audio is not audible; the only thing that is audible is the music sound track supplied by roxio. What do I need to do to preserve the original audio track from the original VHS home movie?

 

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I am new to editing and new to Roxio. I converted a VHS home movie to DVD. I've used Roxio to convert the DVD to a WMV file that is saved on my hard drive. Before doing any editing,, the audio track on the movie is audible. However, when I use the simple editing application, the original audio is not audible; the only thing that is audible is the music sound track supplied by roxio. What do I need to do to preserve the original audio track from the original VHS home movie?

 

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You are going about it the wrong way.

 

1-Capture video from VHS to your hard drive in the DV avi format

2-Use Edit video advanced to edit the captured file. After making the edits, save project file as a dmsm file

3-Use Create DVDs (myDVD) and add the dmsm project, create menus and then burn

 

There is no need for any wmv file or even capturing direct to DVD

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I am new to editing and new to Roxio. I converted a VHS home movie to DVD. I've used Roxio to convert the DVD to a WMV file that is saved on my hard drive. Before doing any editing,, the audio track on the movie is audible. However, when I use the simple editing application, the original audio is not audible; the only thing that is audible is the music sound track supplied by roxio. What do I need to do to preserve the original audio track from the original VHS home movie?

 

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Mr. Guru, you are good and you are fast. Can I still use the content captured on the DVD to start a new production, inclusive of the original audio track?

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Mr. Guru, you are good and you are fast. Can I still use the content captured on the DVD to start a new production, inclusive of the original audio track?

 

Yes, you could use the video on the DVD. Use Windows Explorer to copy the Video_TS folder to your hard drive. Then using Edit Video -Advanced (Videowave), add the folder as a movie. You might be better off though recapturing to your hard drive to be able to get the best quality possible.

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