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  • Re: Re:Old 8mm home movies - aspect

    Thanks Saby, I'll give that a shot.
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by JamesD1957 on June 17, 2019
  • Re: Audio "locking" to video

    Thanks for all the help guys.&nbsp; It's amazing how fast you forget things when you're away for awhile!&nbsp; It still seems really complicated to me, so I ended up just deleting all of the audio, getting all of my video in place and trimmed, and then adding the audio back in.&nbsp; It's not TOO painful when using Smartsound.
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by JamesD1957 on June 10, 2019
  • Old 8mm home movies - aspect

    I feel like the answer is in front of my nose but I can't see it.&nbsp; I've used the Wolverine Moviemaker Pro to get some old 8mm home movies transferred to an SD card.&nbsp; I then move them over to my PC.&nbsp; I use Studio 17 to import them, and something here is causing the imported files to look stretched.&nbsp; Those old cameras seemed to ...
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by JamesD1957 on June 10, 2019
  • Re: Audio "locking" to video

    Also, I don't think I'm using Smart editing mode.&nbsp; What I've been doing is importing clips, dropping them on the timeline, and editing them down.&nbsp; I add my audio to the track directly below (SmartSound) and when I ''stretch'' the audio clip, it does seem to know when it hits the end of any video clip.&nbsp; It's almost like a magnetic ...
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by JamesD1957 on June 1, 2019
  • Re: Audio "locking" to video

    Sorry about that....I'm using Studio 17 Ultimate.
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by JamesD1957 on June 1, 2019
  • Audio "locking" to video

    Hello, I've been gone for awhile, but I'm back creating a movie.&nbsp; I've gotten a bunch of old 8mm home movies, 3'' reels, about 3 1/2 minutes on each, obviously, silent.&nbsp; As I'm going through I'm discovering that my father had a lot of different things on each reel, so I'm trying to more or less make chronological sense out of ...
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by JamesD1957 on June 1, 2019
  • Re: Move pictures without disturbing audio track

    Tony P:Yes you can. On the Timeline Toolbar, you will see to the left of the ''music'' symbol 5 vertical lines of different lengths. Click on that and now, at the track headers, you will see volume controls for the entire track by rotating the knob with orange outline. If you click on a specific clip, you can adjust that clip through keyframing ...
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by JamesD1957 on March 28, 2018
  • Re: Move pictures without disturbing audio track

    I've downloaded the link.&nbsp; Thanks!&nbsp; As for the extra question, sorry about that, but Tony's help was quick and spot on, and I didn't want to flood the place with more threads.&nbsp; In the future, I'll be sure to open a new thread.
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by JamesD1957 on March 28, 2018
  • Re: Move pictures without disturbing audio track

    It worked perfectly!&nbsp; I tried to access the online manual, but I kept getting a ''this page doesn't exist'' message.&nbsp; Thanks for your help.&nbsp; By the way, is there an easy way to adjust the volume of an entire audio track?
    Posted to Movie Editor (Forum) by JamesD1957 on March 28, 2018
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