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Audio video "Split"

Posted: Fri, 8th Oct 2004, 9:59pm

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The Artur

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How do you split the audio from a video clip so that when you render the clip with AlamDV effects, you can insert the audio later?
Posted: Fri, 8th Oct 2004, 10:09pm

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Crawford

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Artur L wrote:

How do you split the audio from a video clip so that when you render the clip with AlamDV effects, you can insert the audio later?
What editing package?

In Vegas, you'd just put the new video, with effects, into a new video track above the old video.
Posted: Fri, 8th Oct 2004, 10:28pm

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Andreas

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Well, it mostly depends on what NLE you're using.
Most programs have an option to export only sound, do that before you import your clip to alamdv2, then reimport it in your NLE later on.

this won't be a problem later since AlamDV 3 will retain the sound.
Posted: Fri, 8th Oct 2004, 10:55pm

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The Artur

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oh ok thanks guys, Cant wait till AlamDV3 biggrin
Posted: Sat, 9th Oct 2004, 7:19pm

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The easiest way to do this is just to leave the original clip in your editor, then when AlamDV is finished rendering the footage, just place it directly over the top of the original footage. Line up the first frame of the Alam footage with the beginning of the original clip, and your sound is all aligned and ready to go.