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do cronomator and effectslab cut out sound?

Posted: Sun, 6th Nov 2005, 3:10pm

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bat25

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on alam dv2 sound is taken out of movies once you edit them does this hapeen in cronomator or effectslab?
Posted: Sun, 6th Nov 2005, 3:47pm

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Erfa

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In Chromanator, the sound is lost, but in EffectsLab you can choose to keep it.
Posted: Sun, 6th Nov 2005, 6:23pm

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bat25

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is their a way around this? meening a way to put sound back in
Posted: Sun, 6th Nov 2005, 6:40pm

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Redhawksrymmer

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Just edit the sound back on your clip using your editing software. Should work smile.
Posted: Mon, 7th Nov 2005, 7:32pm

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bat25

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how can you do that with windows movie maker?
Posted: Thu, 10th Nov 2005, 11:02am

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jerryfastcash

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Before going into Chromanator, make a copy of the clip.

Do what you have to do in Chromanator and then import the clip into Movie Maker.

Put the clip onto the timeline (the Chromanator clip).

Now take the copy of the original clip and put that onto the AUDIO track on Movie Maker.
Posted: Mon, 14th Nov 2005, 7:41pm

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bat25

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thanks
Posted: Thu, 17th Nov 2005, 10:57pm

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shadowninja1028

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One thing you should remember though is to make sure that when you import the video into chromanator you import it with the same frame rate as the original. I forgot to do this once and had to edit the clip all over again, cause the sound didn't match up.