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Do Not Get The Original Dvd Sound


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In this sense APPLICATION means what PART of Creator 2010 were you using? There are several that you could be using. Look to the upper left of the screen when that you are using is opened and read the application name.

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Perhaps a step-by-step explanation of what you did would be helpful.:rolleyes: At the moment it is somehwat unclear exactly what you did.

 

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-Click Cinemagic Production

-Add Video

-slect scenes

-scenes will be slected

-in there is 3 sections

a) leave scenes unmarked

B) click on scenes to be added

c) click twice to lewave scenes out of the production

-afeter slection,if sound is not added,the so alled native sound gets omitted

 

I went into help and apparantly if we use Cinemagic the native sound gets omitted

 

IS IT TRUE?????????????

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Perhaps a step-by-step explanation of what you did would be helpful.:rolleyes: At the moment it is somehwat unclear exactly what you did.

 

-Click Cinemagic Production

-Add Video

-slect scenes

-scenes will be slected

-in there is 3 sections

a) leave scenes unmarked

B) click on scenes to be added

c) click twice to lewave scenes out of the production

-afeter slection,if sound is not added,the so alled native sound gets omitted

 

I went into help and apparantly if we use Cinemagic the native sound gets omitted

 

IS IT TRUE?????????????

 

 

Yes, it is true. It was desifgned to do a down and dirty show. It is great for doing an Intro (highlight) video or one where you just want a lot of "nice" transitions easily but don't want the short choppy audio. Think about it, your video is being chopped up int a lot of different scenes; some could be as short as a couple of seconds. The audio would drive you nuts. In your case, you are trying to use that application to do something best done in Video Wave (Edit Video -Advanced). If you would have responded to my post #4 and #6, I would have told you that a lot earlier.

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Yes, it is true. It was desifgned to do a down and dirty show. It is great for doing an Intro (highlight) video or one where you just want a lot of "nice" transitions easily but don't want the short choppy audio. Think about it, your video is being chopped up int a lot of different scenes; some could be as short as a couple of seconds. The audio would drive you nuts. In your case, you are trying to use that application to do something best done in Video Wave (Edit Video -Advanced). If you would have responded to my post #4 and #6, I would have told you that a lot earlier.

 

I do use (Edit Video -Advanced),but it is easy to edit the video in NEW CINEMAGIC PRODUCTION which I thing is a new fixture on the roxio 2010 pro,it is not so easy on the (Edit Video -Advanced),edit with New Cinemagic Production is easy,emagine that you tape a music from the TV and there is a lot of commercials, by using the New Cinemagic Production you can actual see where the commrcials are and you just have to mark them and the program will remove them,than you can only burn the scenes with music,unfortunaly the native audio is cut off when using the NEW CINEMAGIC PRODUCTION.

 

mabe i am doing something wrong with the (NEW CINEMAGIC PRODUCTION)can I do the same as the (NEW CINEMAGIC PRODUCTION)?????

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mabe i am doing something wrong with the (NEW CINEMAGIC PRODUCTION)can I do the same as the (NEW CINEMAGIC PRODUCTION)?????
CineMagic isn't new and it has always been designed to NOT use the original video audio. That's just the way it works. Edited by ggrussell
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