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Editing Video Track Without Affecting Native Audio


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I would like to edit a video track without effecting the native soundtrack. I am trimming out camera shake and what not but the subject is narrating and I don't want the native audio track changed. How do I do this?

 

 

We need to know what version your using?

 

Check out C2011 new feature, http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/pro/video-movies.html

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That title Newbie suits me well with this software. If 2011 can do it I will upgrade right now but don't want to spend the money and find out I am still at square one.

 

C2010 will do what you want.

 

First of all there is no way to trim or remove sections of video from a video without also removing the audio but there is a workaround.

 

Basically the process goes like this:

 

Extract the native audio and save as a new audio file

Edit out the unwanted video; don't worry about the auido that is also removed at this point

Mute the native audio track

Add the previously extracted audio to one of the other audio tracks, such as music.

 

You should be aware though that by removing video you are effectively shortiening the whole video. When the extracted audio is added it will be clipped at the point where the video ends. Also depending on how much video is removed, the audio may become completely out of sync with the video.

 

If you are a newbie to C2010, I doubt very much you will be able to get this done by tomorrow.

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As an alternate, put in an overlay where you have the camera shake. Make it a still picture or a title or just a color panel.

 

You might find something here that you can use.

 

Also, you may be able to split the area where the camera is shaky and zoom in in that section to reduce the viewable amount of shake.

 

As above, you can do it quickly if you have the experience but .....

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myguggi I am almost finished this track of 33 sec. is all that's left. I pick up quick. I have used it several times before already an produced weddings I have gotten paid very well for but I have been the one doing the recording with professional tripod and a canon xha1s. This is video from a little handheld my local sheriff dept. filmed in Haiti on a humanitarian trip by a total novice. I will get it done one way or the other. I am a newbie to Roxio not to the video industry where my experience spans to the pre computer era. :)

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myguggi I am almost finished this track of 33 sec. is all that's left. I pick up quick. I have used it several times before already an produced weddings I have gotten paid very well for but I have been the one doing the recording with professional tripod and a canon xha1s. This is video from a little handheld my local sheriff dept. filmed in Haiti on a humanitarian trip by a total novice. I will get it done one way or the other. I am a newbie to Roxio not to the video industry where my experience spans to the pre computer era. :)

I discovered how. I just had to click on the video track instead of the audio track.

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VICTORY THANKS GUYS IT WILL BE UP ON YOUTUBE after the January 12, 2011 anniversary of the Haiti earthquake. Some power footage. Mitzvah PBSO 2011 2nd trip to Haiti will be the title or you can go to www.webmarkdigital.com after Tuesday when it airs on the news then I have permission to post it on my website and youtube. Channel 12 wants to be the first to air.

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