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Cinemagic Project Shows Or Plays No Sound From Clip


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I chose edit a video automatically. I selected a one hour clip from my hard drive, selected from the 50+ clips that cinemagic created, moved to next step, and saw no sound on time line. Playing project confirmed that there was no sound in my project. Also it was just one and one half minutes long. Video played OK with intro and short clips of the scenes. The info lines below showed one hour of video and no sound.

I have no idea what's going on.

Please HELP!!!

DD

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I chose edit a video automatically. I selected a one hour clip from my hard drive, selected from the 50+ clips that cinemagic created, moved to next step, and saw no sound on time line. Playing project confirmed that there was no sound in my project. Also it was just one and one half minutes long. Video played OK with intro and short clips of the scenes. The info lines below showed one hour of video and no sound.

I have no idea what's going on.

Please HELP!!!

DD

 

Cinemagic did just what it was designed to do, it created a 'highlight' video from your original files 'automatically'. It mutes [removes] the native audio from any video file you select because it only uses bits and pieces from them, along with any photos you may add, then for sound it uses music files you select.

 

You need to use Edit Video Advanced [a.k.a Videowave] to retain the native audio and do your editing in there.

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Cinemagic did just what it was designed to do, it created a 'highlight' video from your original files 'automatically'. It mutes [removes] the native audio from any video file you select because it only uses bits and pieces from them, along with any photos you may add, then for sound it uses music files you select.

 

You need to use Edit Video Advanced [a.k.a Videowave] to retain the native audio and do your editing in there.

 

Thank You Larry,

Just dropped Photoshop Premiere for other reasons.

I'll try Videowave.

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