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Rendering Problems with sound

Posted: Sun, 5th Jun 2011, 4:01am

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FXhomer57724

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Hi,
I actual went through the tutorial on Rendering, well I want to keep the sound. I'm using a AVI Video Clip, the program Pinnacle Studio 11 made the video clip. I go to the video that I shot on Vision Lab, I right click and click the Audio tab at the bottom, go and render a section of the video and a box pops up before rendering saying the audio must match the render type or something like that??

Also Under the Render Settings I click on the video type and change it to a AVI and click ok. On the Export Video Settings I was going to play with the other compressions other than the Cinepeak codec by Radius. Well, when I try to use the other compressor DV Video Comprssor or Un-Compressed, the program locks up...... Any Ideas and thanks for everyone that answers!! Chad
Posted: Mon, 6th Jun 2011, 2:01am

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Viktorious

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If you're wondering why there is no sound after your render a clip in Vision lab it's because the program can't export the audio. It is just a video software.

If you are wondering why the export setting are not working. You're going to have to wait for an answer from someone else. I'm not sure which problem you were talking about. If it's the first I can help.
Posted: Mon, 6th Jun 2011, 2:53am

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FXhomer57724

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Viktorious wrote:

If you're wondering why there is no sound after your render a clip in Vision lab it's because the program can't export the audio. It is just a video software.

If you are wondering why the export setting are not working. You're going to have to wait for an answer from someone else. I'm not sure which problem you were talking about. If it's the first I can help.
Why is there a option on vision lab to retain the sound?? Everytime I try it says that the audio must match the render settings. I tried a few of the other compressors for the video and the program shuts down??
Posted: Tue, 7th Jun 2011, 10:41am

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Viktorious

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Not quite sure why it has the option to retain the sound. But i just copy the audio of the particular clip in my video editor, render the clip, bring it back to my video editor and I have to separate tracks. A video and an audio. Hope this helps... sorta
Posted: Tue, 7th Jun 2011, 9:51pm

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The Void Entertainment

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The box that appears when you render says "No sound" for more of a caution to people, just in case they haven't read the information thoroughly. They might have a video with sound, but when they render it, the sound wouldn't be there anymore.