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Video Wave 7


Matt

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Hello!

Is there a way to use the "Split media item at current play position" multiple times?

 

Have video of son's birth and would like to remove the "not for all ages " parts... If this can't IS there any other way in VW7 to do so?

 

Thanks,

Matt

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Hello!

Is there a way to use the "Split media item at current play position" multiple times?

 

Have video of son's birth and would like to remove the "not for all ages " parts... If this can't IS there any other way in VW7 to do so?

 

Thanks,

Matt

You can have many split points in a video clip. The only restriction is that 2 split points can not be close than 10 frames from each other.

To remove a section of unwanted video simply create a split point at the beginning of the segment to be deleted then a split point at the end of the segment and then delete the segment between the split points. When you delete a segment you are not physically altering your original video, you are simply creating a project file that contains you editing instructions. You save your project file to a file that has the extension dmsm which you can load into DVD Builder for menu creation and burning. The only time you would "destroy" you original video if you were to output via Videowave to the same file as your source file.

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You can have many split points in a video clip. The only restriction is that 2 split points can not be close than 10 frames from each other.

To remove a section of unwanted video simply create a split point at the beginning of the segment to be deleted then a split point at the end of the segment and then delete the segment between the split points. When you delete a segment you are not physically altering your original video, you are simply creating a project file that contains you editing instructions. You save your project file to a file that has the extension dmsm which you can load into DVD Builder for menu creation and burning. The only time you would "destroy" you original video if you were to output via Videowave to the same file as your source file.

 

 

Thanks!! Will try this tonight...

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