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Re: Multiple Audio Track Request 1/6/2005 6:58:56 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Absolutely need more audio tracks!!! Movie Maker would be the ultimate if Microsoft implemented the ability to add more audio tracks!!! It takes so much extra unecessary time, energy, and frustration having to export and import multiple versions of the same video to layer-up audio tracks, or even having to use 3rd party software as a multi-track audio device; only to find how difficult it can be to sync the original dialog voices with the video clip. Even if Microsoft's wanted to keep the ...

Re: Better functionality with entering titles and especially CREDITS 1/6/2005 7:02:50 AM   (Total replies: 1)
What would be really nice would be the ability to add pictures (animated gifs) to titles so that a still or animated graphic could appear behind (as a background) or alongside each credit or title. Nigel

Re: Adjusting tint (Or something close) 1/5/2005 5:20:13 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Not sure if this answers your request or not, but I've played around with some color enhancement variation and have come up with my own XML file (as listed below) that applies extra color boost to a video clip - this may resolve the tint problem somewhat. I've discovered that I can use color names associated with values, i.e. Red=.1 (which means add 10% more red to the clip). You can use others too - blue, yellow, green, etc. Copy and paste the following into your own XML file (call it ...

Re: Music sound quality improvements in final AVI file. 1/6/2005 7:20:26 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Yes it appears that when anyone makes cuts to a video clip in the Collections window, the exact frame splice position of each clip is not precise. This often results in a few more unwanted extra frames being added to the start of each cut on the final video, which in turn offsets (ever so slightly) the audio track along with it - this is what causes the 'clipping' noises often heard between cuts when previewing the final video. Therefore I believe to fix the 'clipping noises' Microsoft needs ...

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