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Audio Breaks After I Output Video

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I've made a video project in Roxio 2012 pro. The project plays fine (with multiple video, photo, and audio files) within video wave, but when I output to HD video and play it (in several video players including Windows and Quicktime, some of the audio during the movie is choppy on mp3 music I've added to the video.

 

Not sure what the problem is -- any help would be appreciated for me as I'm a bit of a newbie.

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I've made a video project in Roxio 2012 pro. The project plays fine (with multiple video, photo, and audio files) within video wave, but when I output to HD video and play it (in several video players including Windows and Quicktime, some of the audio during the movie is choppy on mp3 music I've added to the video.

 

Not sure what the problem is -- any help would be appreciated for me as I'm a bit of a newbie.

 

 

One piece of mp3 music is not necessarily the same as another.

 

Convert the mp3 to wav and use those wav files. Use the convert part of "Batch convert and Transfer"

 

Rememeber that some music has DRM protections and may not be able to be used. ITunes library are notorious for that.

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One piece of mp3 music is not necessarily the same as another.

 

Convert the mp3 to wav and use those wav files. Use the convert part of "Batch convert and Transfer"

 

Rememeber that some music has DRM protections and may not be able to be used. ITunes library are notorious for that.

 

Will try that and see how it works. Thanks for the tip.

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