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Posted: Sat, 5th Feb 2011, 11:05pm

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FXhomer97267

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Why don't i get sound on composite lab before i render?
Posted: Sun, 6th Feb 2011, 7:13am

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Garrison

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"Before" you render? You mean within the program?
Posted: Sun, 6th Feb 2011, 1:36pm

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FXhomer97267

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yes
Posted: Sun, 6th Feb 2011, 8:49pm

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Axeman

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Because CompositeLab doesn't handle audio, its specifically for video compositing, All audio work should be handled in your primary video editing application or a dedicated audio application.
Posted: Tue, 22nd Feb 2011, 12:36am

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FXhomer97267

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ok i am not getting sound after i render help.
Posted: Tue, 22nd Feb 2011, 2:05am

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Axeman

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Again, all audio work should be handled in your main editing application or a dedicated audio program. Once you have rendered the footage out of CompositeLab, re-sync the original audio in your editing app, and you are good to go. It is possible to retain the audio, but its not work it, as its just as easy to re-sync it afterward in your editor, and re-rendering the audio through CompositeLab means one more generation of quality loss.