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Last post 08-07-2015, 13:34 by colour. 11 replies.
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  •  08-03-2015, 22:55 683830

    Audio track repeats

    I am using Studio 15. Whenever I burn a disc, for some reason it has started to repeat the audio from the previous track.

     In other words, when I play back the DVD, the audio track from chapter 1 repeats for chapters 2, 3, and 4. Why is it doing this, and how can I get it to burn a clean copy? The preview track works just fine in edit mode, but the disc comes out differently. 

  •  08-04-2015, 5:25 683838 in reply to 683830

    Re:Audio track repeats

    Before exporting, try deleting auxiliary files.
  •  08-04-2015, 13:39 683858 in reply to 683838

    Re: Re:Audio track repeats

    Hi,

    I attempted to delete auxiliary files before exporting, but the same problem keeps popping up. Every chapter plays the same audio track from chapter 1. I have even tried to delete the chapters, and play it straight through, but the same thing keeps happening. What can I do?

  •  08-04-2015, 16:56 683869 in reply to 683858

    Re: Re:Audio track repeats

    What if you check out the DVD image created by Studio without burning it ?
  •  08-04-2015, 17:11 683873 in reply to 683838

    Re: Re:Audio track repeats

    saby:
    Before exporting, try deleting auxiliary files.

    .................and - Delete the Hidden Render Folder. How to do that: HERE

    DVD Authoring isn't my forte. However Hidden Render Folder Copies all Source Material used in a Project, including Audio. Plus additional Auxilliary Files

    If you've created a DVD, you've probably got a Disk Image. Can't remember if Disk Images include Menus. Check Disk Image for Playback. Create new DVD from Disk Image. Local Disk (c:) / Documents / Pinnacle Studio / My Disk Images.

    The above are just pointers for you to try. Not necessarily  a solution.

    Back to Saby. .

  •  08-04-2015, 17:20 683874 in reply to 683873

    Re: Re:Audio track repeats

    Peter, the path you give for "hidden" render folder is the default path of PS15's (and prior) auxiliary files.

    Why do you call it "hidden" render folder ? 

     


  •  08-05-2015, 13:13 683923 in reply to 683874

    Re: Re:Audio track repeats

    Attachment: Untitled.jpg
    saby:

    Peter, the path you give for "hidden" render folder is the default path of PS15's (and prior) auxiliary files.

    Why do you call it "hidden" render folder ? 

     

    Program Data is a hidden  W7 OS Folder, here. Therefore the Render Folder is hidden, Saby

    I have my Program Data Folder Unhidden in Screenshot, that shows as  a feint Yellow Folder. If I were to Hide it again, Folder would disappear..

    Studio has 2 Render Folders. 1 Unhidden & 1 Hidden. IMO, you can select the Directory where the you want the Unhidden Folder to go, but not the Hidden

    Studio File / Delete Aux Files only Deletes those Aux Files in the Unhidden Render Folder. Not the Hidden.

    Screenshot: 

     


  •  08-05-2015, 16:26 683936 in reply to 683923

    Re: Re:Audio track repeats

    colour:
    saby:

    Peter, the path you give for "hidden" render folder is the default path of PS15's (and prior) auxiliary files.

    Why do you call it "hidden" render folder ? 

     

    Studio has 2 Render Folders. 1 Unhidden & 1 Hidden.

    That's where you lose me. Would you give details on their difference ? To me, there is only one render folder and one might consider it hidden or unhidden depending on Windows explorer option.


  •  08-06-2015, 16:58 684023 in reply to 683936

    Re: Re:Audio track repeats

    Attachment: Unhidden.jpg
    saby:
    colour:
    saby:

    Peter, the path you give for "hidden" render folder is the default path of PS15's (and prior) auxiliary files.

    Why do you call it "hidden" render folder ? 

     

    Studio has 2 Render Folders. 1 Unhidden & 1 Hidden.

    That's where you lose me. Would you give details on their difference ? To me, there is only one render folder and one might consider it hidden or unhidden depending on Windows explorer option.

     

    UNHIDDEN.  See Screeenshot 1 File Path


     


  •  08-06-2015, 17:03 684024 in reply to 684023

    Re: Re:Audio track repeats

    Attachment: Hidden.jpg

    HIDDEN. Svcreenshot 2. Render Folder doesn't show, because it's automatically Deleted by my File clean-up Program.

     


  •  08-06-2015, 17:25 684027 in reply to 684024

    Re: Re:Audio track repeats

    A library is not a location. It's just a list of "things". In your 1st screenshot if you right-click a folder and select "open file loaction", what do you have ?

  •  08-07-2015, 13:34 684072 in reply to 684027

    Re: Re:Audio track repeats

    saby:

    A library is not a location. It's just a list of "things". In your 1st screenshot if you right-click a folder and select "open file loaction", what do you have ?

    The same File Path (Location), Saby. Wink

    It's academic, anyway.  My Hidden Folder Deletion Tut, goes back to XP, that didn't have a Hidden Program Data Folder, which was introduced with Vista (Which I didn't have).

    XP had Location; My Documents Folder, Vista/W7; Documents (Libraries, if you like, introduced with Vista).

    File/Delete STX Files  doesn't delete all of them. The remainder are in the Hidden Render Folder. Plus copies of all source material used in a Project, by Project. Includes Video, Images, Background Music , Voice-overs etc. You wouldn't notice the build-up with a large OS (C:) Drive. You would with a small. 54GB is the record so-far. That user with XP was in danger of being unable to Defragment his HDD & would have had to Reformat it, Losing all Data.

    The advice given with XP & smaller HDDs, was always to Delete Aux Files & then Hidden Render Folder, before each Edit..

    I can't remember if you ever had Studio Legacy & were a Liquid User, bur Legacy Users were constantly complaining that File/Delete Aux Files didn't automatically delete all of them. Pinnacle never fixed it. Undeleted Aux Files from previous Projects, habitually screwed-up Editing & Rendering in subsequent Projects. Aux (Helper Files) were introduced with S10's new Project File Format. Previous Versions didn't have them. 

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