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ericeholtz
post Feb 7 2011, 06:22 PM
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Hello again, The help I have recieved here for my video questions has been very helpful, and is greatly appreciated. Moving on, I have DVDs (transferred from VHS on standalone unit) of concerts I have performed in, imported them into Nero Vision, and now need to edit the audio. I use Wave Editor for all of my music edting, and am very pleased with the results. Is there some way to edit the audio track of a Nero Vision project in V9? Thank you all again, Eric.

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Raimondas
post Feb 7 2011, 08:46 PM
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In Vision you can rise audio level by a few db, but you can't edit audio.

Using vision you can extract audio from video file and then edit using wave editor.

Using soundtrax you can create 5.1 from mono channel ...
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post Feb 7 2011, 09:31 PM
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With your Video on the Timeline, select Export, Export Audio to File. Edit the audio file in WaveEditor and then import the edited file back into Vision and add it to your Video.
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ericeholtz
post Feb 9 2011, 06:56 AM
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Thank you both, I will give Wave Editor a go.

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ericeholtz
post Feb 14 2011, 07:20 PM
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I exported the project audio from the timeline into Wave Editor, where I did some eq adjustments. I imported it back into my Vision project, but it is not in perfect sync with the video. Also, the original audio is still present, so that now there is a millisecond delay between the original audio, and the audio I exported and imported back. How do I get rid of the original, unedited audio? Thanks again, Eric
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post Feb 15 2011, 03:44 AM
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Click on the video, right click and select Unlink Audio and Video. Click, then right click on the audio and select Delete.

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