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Once Rendered, the Audio is part of the Internal Track...


It can be Silenced in VideoWave or overridden with the Music or Narration Track.


If you have your original project, you can load it again and rework it...



I'm sorry, but the movie was created on a Dvd recorder, and is now a MPG, I also have older Roxios that were made into slideshows which I also want to make into Photoshows I believe they are WMA files. Again thanks for the comeback Bob

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Then they are no longer a "slideshow" but actually a DVD Movie or WMA file... So what I said about Native Audio Track applies.


Jim ! I got it thank you for your help Native Audio , Overall Vol. Lower, and that did the trick. At 75 it takes time, but I'm still learning Bob

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I am catching up to you Bob :lol:


If you are ‘replacing’ all of the Native Track, you may want to mute the whole track in one click…


Click on Internal Tracks:


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You may have to Show the Track:


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Then just click the little blue ball – Red = Off Blue = On:


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Of course it depends on what you need to do ;)

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