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Hey everyone,

 

I'm putting pictures to go in sync with music. I have a issue though. There is a fast part in the song that I need the pictures to sync with but Roxio won't allow me to go lower than .33 seconds with the pictures. Is there a way to override this problem or am I screwed?

 

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What program are you using to place your photos ? Assume Videowave ?? You can choose a photo duration down to o.01 if you want. I just used two photos (that's in Videowave program btw) and set one to o.05 and the next one to o.25. When I played it it worked fine. But why in the world would you want a photo with a time that short ? Whynot just delete the photo ?

 

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What program are you using to place your photos ? Assume Videowave ?? You can choose a photo duration down to o.01 if you want. I just used two photos (that's in Videowave program btw) and set one to o.05 and the next one to o.25. When I played it it worked fine. But why in the world would you want a photo with a time that short ? Whynot just delete the photo ?

 

Frank...

 

Frank, I don't think its possible to set the photo duration to less then .33 seconds. Where are you setting it to .05 or .25?

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Yes, my apologies, I'm using Roxio Videowave. It will not let me go lower than .33. Whenever I attempt to enter anything lower than that, the program makes a noise and automatically changes the setting to .33.

 

This is very frustrating because I've been working hard on this project only to get stuck in this spot. I just don't understand why I can't go lower, I've done what I'm trying to do is past editing programs.

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Yes, my apologies, I'm using Roxio Videowave. It will not let me go lower than .33. Whenever I attempt to enter anything lower than that, the program makes a noise and automatically changes the setting to .33.

 

This is very frustrating because I've been working hard on this project only to get stuck in this spot. I just don't understand why I can't go lower, I've done what I'm trying to do is past editing programs.

 

You could try using Windows Movie Maker, it seems to allow a lower duration.

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Frank, I don't think its possible to set the photo duration to less then .33 seconds. Where are you setting it to .05 or .25?

 

You're absolutely right. I can set it, but when I finish and then go back and check the duration of the photo, it has changed back to 0.33 sec. It appears that Gates.... is correct. My apologies to you Gates. I have tried both places in the program and they both do the same thing.

 

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I liked the challenge of this and came up with a possibility. Using the background picture as a base and setting the duration at.33. I then added an overlay full size that would be the next picture in the sequence it is possible to time the overlay to almost any timing down to 0. A total of 5 overlays could be used with appropriate timing. It takes a little fiddling to get it done and I found it helpful to extend the duration to 1 second-add the overlays and then squeeze down to .33 on first pic. Where am I going wrong?

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Watch thisre: time lapse but just add your pictures, reduce the time to the .33 that is possible and output it to an mpg2 file. Add it to Video Wave and then speed that up, repeat as much as you need. Add that mpg2 file as an overlay to where you want it and mute the audio (I think you still need to do that).
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