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Roxio Easy Media Creator 10 Suite


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Hi all

 

I'm using Roxio Easy Media Creator 10.

 

when putting together a slide show of my photographs, I am attempting to add backgroung audio to add atmosphere ie pub sounds, music etc,

 

I am able to download and insert the audio into my slide show.

 

I do not appear to have the facility to start and stop audio where I wish.

 

when I right click and highlight an individual photo and click EDIT only the pan, zoom and photo are highlighted for me to use.

 

The same applies to the REMOVE Facility in this nothing is available for use ie remove background audio

 

Do I need upgrade my Roxio package?

 

Any help advice appreciated!!!!!!!!!

JOHN B

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Hi all

 

I'm using Roxio Easy Media Creator 10.

 

when putting together a slide show of my photographs, I am attempting to add backgroung audio to add atmosphere ie pub sounds, music etc,

 

I am able to download and insert the audio into my slide show.

 

I do not appear to have the facility to start and stop audio where I wish.

 

when I right click and highlight an individual photo and click EDIT only the pan, zoom and photo are highlighted for me to use.

 

The same applies to the REMOVE Facility in this nothing is available for use ie remove background audio

 

Do I need upgrade my Roxio package?

 

Any help advice appreciated!!!!!!!!!

JOHN B

 

I assume you are using Video Wave for your slide show. If you are not, then you should be using it. If you haven't used it much, this set of tutorials will help (link)

 

Where are you adding the audio files? There are really six (or more choices). You can add them on the music track, the sound effects track or the narration track. You have the same options with the internal tracks. With the internal track, the audio would be locked to an image so the sound would be only when that image is displayed. If you move it, the audio would move with it.

 

If you are not putting the audio on an internal track, then it will be there for the duration. Do you see the audio on the timeline? If so you can drag the entire audio cut to where you want it to begin and then go to the end and hold your cursor over the middle of the audio track. You will get a double arrow with which you can shorten the audio.. This video may also help. It is silent so you have to read the instructions.

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