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Posted: Fri, 24th Jun 2011, 9:29pm

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speedproductions101

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On effectslab pro, whenever I render a video, it exports with no sound, even though ive tried the guidelines with render settings, etc.
Posted: Fri, 24th Jun 2011, 9:32pm

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FXstudios99

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Did you try this?
http://support.fxhome.com/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=viewarticle&kbarticleid=21&nav=0,2,5,26
Posted: Fri, 24th Jun 2011, 10:02pm

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speedproductions101

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Yes, didn't make any difference though
Posted: Fri, 24th Jun 2011, 10:31pm

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Axeman

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What format and codec does the original video you are importing use?
Posted: Fri, 24th Jun 2011, 10:32pm

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speedproductions101

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format is avi - dont know what codec.
Posted: Sat, 25th Jun 2011, 12:22am

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Axeman

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OK, figure out what the codec, is, then when you render to avi make sure to select the same codec, see if that clears things up.
Posted: Sat, 25th Jun 2011, 1:37am

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Azulon'sAssassin

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Or...mabey you could drop the origional video clip (no effects) into the "audio" track in your video editor (Windows Movie Maker, Sony Vegas, ect.) and then the video with effects on top. If you need to mix tracks (i.e. add sound effects) you should consider Audacity. It's very good considering that it's free, and has all the tools that it does.
Posted: Sat, 25th Jun 2011, 9:11am

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speedproductions101

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ok - the codec is DV, and I would sync my videos with movie maker, but that starts to reduce the quality of my videos once I export it having sound already would be lot easier.