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Keep Native Audio; Replace Video?


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I am editing a video of my daughter's doctoral dissertation that I took on my Kodak camera with a very shaky hand. I'd like to keep the native audio in spots and replace the video with a still photo or a Power Point Slide. Is this available to do on Video Wave? Or can you point me in the right direction to learn how to do it? Thanks very much.

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I am editing a video of my daughter's doctoral dissertation that I took on my Kodak camera with a very shaky hand. I'd like to keep the native audio in spots and replace the video with a still photo or a Power Point Slide. Is this available to do on Video Wave? Or can you point me in the right direction to learn how to do it? Thanks very much.

 

Yes, just overlay the native video with the image. Simply make sure you have an overlay track showing and move your cursor to the approximate place on eh overlay track where you want the image. Navigate to the image and select it. You will get a pop up that asks where you want it.

 

The PP Slide will have to be converted to an image file (jpeg). I haven't used PP in a long time and don't know if you can do that in that program or if you need to use something else. There are free programs out there. Look at cnet.com.

 

Congratulations on the success of your daughter; I'm sure you contributed mightily. :)

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