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Not sure how this works in Roxio. If I select normalise audio in my dvd project settings does my dvd normalise BOTH the dialogue and music in the timeline plus any added audio in the music track.

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Not sure how this works in Roxio. If I select normalise audio in my dvd project settings does my dvd normalise BOTH the dialogue and music in the timeline plus any added audio in the music track.

 

Yes, don't use it --- :o --- or everything get leveled out. That means any dialog or music emphasis will be gone !

 

You can always normalize just the music tracks you want to use via Sound Editor, (keep them in a separate folder). and then add them to the project Again, the volume will all be the same so you lose any loud or soft music. If the music runs continuously, you can export them as one track. I think grandpabruce used this frequently.

 

You can adjust the audio from the video tracks to suit your needs in relation to the music volume.

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Yes, don't use it --- :o --- or everything get leveled out. That means any dialog or music emphasis will be gone !

 

You can always normalize just the music tracks you want to use via Sound Editor, (keep them in a separate folder). and then add them to the project Again, the volume will all be the same so you lose any loud or soft music. If the music runs continuously, you can export them as one track. I think grandpabruce used this frequently.

 

You can adjust the audio from the video tracks to suit your needs in relation to the music volume.

 

Yes, I always used that method when adding more than one piece of music to a production.

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Thanks guys it's frustrating sometimes making a dvd play it through a pc sound system sounds fine then play the dvd in the player and blows the roof off from the start so have to hit the vol controls quick

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