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Getting sound back after editing your video

Posted: Fri, 29th Jan 2010, 11:49pm

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FXhomer78848

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How do you get your sound back after editing the video?
Posted: Sat, 30th Jan 2010, 12:17am

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rogolo

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To restore your audio to a video clip, you will need a video editing program. What editor do you use? And which FXhome program did you export from?

The simplest way is to place your original audio into an audio track in your video editor, and then place your exported video on a video track. Make sure they are synced and you are good to go.

Also, in the future, please make any support threads in the support section instead of 'General Chat'.
Posted: Sat, 30th Jan 2010, 12:23am

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FXhomer78848

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I used windows movie maker, then i got it into effects lab pro and edited it there
Posted: Sat, 30th Jan 2010, 2:11am

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First, ensure that you checked 'Retain audio'. Read this for more information. If that doesn't work, make sure you have not cut/edited lengths of your video within EffectsLab. If you did, re-import only the part you need to add effects to, and export the resulting video out of EffectsLab.

I would also recommend registering your product with FXhome for additional in-depth support, as well as thousands of free presets, plugins, and sound effects.