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Re: Multiple Audio Track Request 10/2/2003 11:33:02 AM   (Total replies: 1)
I SECOND THAT MOTION! Id love to be ablt to add more than one audio event. Its sucks trying to add multiple sound effects in an outside editor to fit into one timeline in MM2.

Re: How can I play multiple songs at once 8/30/2003 12:23:49 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Or...you can use an external audio program to overlap the songs. This way you wont lose any quality in Video which you would if you kept coding it back into moviemaker. I use Acoustica. Its a great and EASY program to edit, save and export multiple audio files. What I also love about this program is that you can save audio into WMA files. Hope it helps.

Overlays! 10/2/2003 11:31:23 AM   (Total replies: 3)
Id like to see an option for overlays like in Video Studio 7. So you can have picture in picture effects like in the news. Two seperate videos playing at the same time.

Re: Save a Windows Movie Maker file to DVD! 10/6/2003 10:29:32 AM   (Total replies: 1)
If they did include it, it wouldnt be free. Windows is pushing hard to promote their WMA file system. I cant see them abandon their promotion. You would almost be better off buying a 3rd party editor.

Might be stupid question but.... 8/30/2003 12:40:32 PM   (Total replies: 2)
In MM2 is there a way to make subtitles in the clips? Like below the actual video or near the very bottom of the clip like in those foreign language films that have the english at the bottom? Also, sorry 2 part question, will MM2 allow me to add things to each individual frame of the movie like say a laser blast or perhaps a lightning bolt? Please any help would be appreciated. Even if you recommend a different program. Oh BTW, MGIVideo Wave is awesome for using blue screen technology ...

Re: Audio speed 10/6/2003 10:38:46 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Try this, drag the audio from your clip into the music section of MM2. Then just save the audio as a WMA file. Then, start a new project and add your movie but mute the audio from it, then add in the audio you just saved. You neednt worry about the timing as the audio should sinc with the video as long as you did it right. Try that, I have a few more ideas but this is the easiest.

Re: Audio not getting captured? 11/1/2003 1:19:33 PM   (Total replies: 0)
What are you using to capture? USB2.0? Firewire? It may be a simple setting in your capture software or are you using a capture card?

Re: (Digital camera) My video capture is highly distorted. Pleeeease help... 10/6/2003 12:19:48 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Just to follow up. I was reading an article about using USB to capture Video and the only USB capable of transferring Video is USB 2.0. If your computer doesnt have USB 2.0 support then plugging it into your USB 1.1 or 1.0 wont be capable of transferring. You will need to buy a USB 2.0 card to tranfer properly.

Re: (Digital camera) My video capture is highly distorted. Pleeeease help... 10/6/2003 10:34:14 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Wait, youre capturing VIDEO through your MiniDV camera using the USB interface? I didnt even know that was possible. I would suggest if your camera does have a firewire port than try that. You might have to buy a firewire card ($60 Canadian) but the quality is great. Thats my only suggestion.

Re: Digital Device Format unselectable! 10/6/2003 10:44:35 AM   (Total replies: 0)
It is under the "other settings" option. Click on that, then scroll down and you see DV-AVI NTSC as an option. If not, theres something wrong with your installation of MM.

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