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I was wondering if there is a way that a person can take a video clip out of a longer video. it actually is a church service and i want to split out the choir singing where i did a solo. trying to find a way to do this. Thanks

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I was wondering if there is a way that a person can take a video clip out of a longer video. it actually is a church service and i want to split out the choir singing where i did a solo. trying to find a way to do this. Thanks

 

Can't help you until you tell us what Roxio Software and version # your using.

 

Be specific!

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I was wondering if there is a way that a person can take a video clip out of a longer video. it actually is a church service and i want to split out the choir singing where i did a solo. trying to find a way to do this. Thanks

I am using Roxio creater 2011

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I am using Roxio creater 2011

 

 

From the Home page Video/Movies, Edit and Transfer, Edit Video-Advanced, = VideoWave.

 

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Scenes might be a good way to go for this type of use... Here

 

Take a look and decide for yourself ;)

 

If you have more questions, pop back in anytime!

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I am using Roxio creater 2011

one way to do it is to trim. Set the start time at the start of your solo and the end time at the end. Then save it or burn it to dvd.

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one way to do it is to trim. Set the start time at the start of your solo and the end time at the end. Then save it or burn it to dvd.

 

cd showed how to do it in post #4.

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