How do you import audio video into PS3?
The easiest way to import audio or video into a ps3 is with the use of a USB flash drive. If you load the files on to a flash drive, you can put the flash drive in the input on the ps3, and then listen to or watch whatever is on the flash drive.
Yes. The HDMI cord or HDMI plug at the PS3 end in the A/v cable allows the PS3 to have Audio and Video. How can you say a PS3 is working without Audio and Video
If it has the audio and video plugs to connect the PS3
In Windows Movie Maker, you can separate the video and audio by following these instructions: > Import your video into Windows Movie Maker > Change to Time-line view > Click the + button beside the Video track > Click, hold and drag the audio track down into the Audio/Music track below it Now you will be able to work with the audio and video tracks separately.
The PS3 will work on any TV that can connect by PS3 A/V cables or any of the optional PS3 Audio Video connection cables (component, S video, HDMI)
First you have to mute the video's audio in Windows Movie Maker. Once the audio portion of the Video is muted, you can import and drop the desired audio you want to use into the Audio/Music track.
FOR THE VIDEO Open Windows Movie Maker Click Import Media Find your video and click import Drag your video to where it says Drag media here FOR THE MUSIC Click Import Media find the music and click Import Drag the music to under where you put the video (In the Audio/Music bit) SAVING Click "This computer" under Publish to Follow the Instructions Then Publish it to Youtube! OR You can use Yourube's replace audio but… Read More
In the Time-line view of Windows Movie Maker: > Click on the + sign beside the Video track (This opens up the audio track of the video) > Now, click, hold and drag the audio down into the Audio/Music track below The video itself will disappear. Then you can import and add other video/pics to the Video track.
What you can do is put as much audio as you can at once, then save it. After you save it, open up movie maker and import that video you made. The previous audio you put on will now be put on the 'audio from video' section. Then, add more audio the same way.
TV that only has one video and one audio will PS3 work on this TV I did and can't get it to work I connected one audio and one video set it on channel 2 nothing Turned the PS3 off and restarted?
It might... why don't you just try pluging it into the TV and see if it works. I did and can't get it to work. I connected one audio and one video, set it on channel 2, nothing. Turned the PS3 off and restarted it - nothing. Any suggestions?
Just connect it with the A/V cable included when you purchased the PS3 to a TV that has audio and video inputs
If you only want the audio from the video clip, this is how you get it: > Import your video into Windows Movie Maker > Switch to the Time-line View of the program > Drag your video into the Video track > Click the + button beside the word Video (to open up the tracks) > Then, click, hold and drag the audio down into the Audio/Music track You will notice that the video portion… Read More
First, drag the video into the Timeline view. Then click, hold and drag the file from the video track down one more into the Audio/Music track. You will notice that the video is gone and only the audio remains. Publish/Finish the project file. It will be converted to a .wma file (windows media audio). Once you have the file in audio format, re-import it into the program again. Drag it down onto the audio track… Read More
Import all the video and audio you wish to use in the music video. Drag video from the Imported Media pane into the Video track and music into the Audio/Music track in the Time-line view of Windows Movie Maker. Adjust audio/music as desired by dragging it along the track. Audio adjustments can be made by right-clicking the music piece on the track. Video can be adjusted by clicking the + button beside the Video track.
When you put the video from your camrea onto your Computer, you open a movie maker, (Windows Movie Maker, Sony Vegas) and you import the video onto it. Then, you import the music selection onto the video maker, and save. Your done
It is your TV that is only showing a Black Screen and no Video or audio. Make sure that the TV is turned to the same video input the PS3 is plugged into. If you have moved the PS3 or switched from a HDMI try holding down the power button for 2 beeps while the PS3 is off to reset your video to the lowest level. Check your TV to make sure all of it's… Read More
You can save the audio from a video using Windows Movie Maker. In Windows Movie Maker, you can delete the video and only keep the audio by following these instructions: > Import your video into Windows Movie Maker > Change to Time-line view > Click the + button beside the Video track > Click, hold and drag the audio track down into the Audio/Music track below it > Now right-click on the video in the… Read More
In Windows Movie Maker, you can delete the video and only keep the audio by following these instructions: > Import your video into Windows Movie Maker > Change to Time-line view > Click the + button beside the Video track > Click, hold and drag the audio track down into the Audio/Music track below it > Now right-click on the video in the Video track and delete/cut/remove it All that should be remaining is the… Read More
Mp3 are audio files. Mp4 are video files. Take the audio file and import it to a Windows Movie Maker project. Add a photo or a video, and save as Mp4. Or use some programs to do the conversion easily.
Well, there are many video conversion tool you can get to help you convert the videos to play on the PS3, such as Aneesoft free PS3 video converter. you'll do three simple steps, import the videos, set the output settings, and start converting.
Yeah, look at the AV cables (Yellow, White, Red) that are coming from the PS3. Unplug the White and Red cables (Both audio) and plug in a set of Audio cables coming from a different device playing music. So really you just unplug the PS3's audio and plug in audio coming from a different device. Do not touch the yellow cable, it is Video.
Import pictures/audio you wish to use in the project. Place them as desired. Then Publish the video.
MP3 rocket only strips out a MP3 audio file from your video files. If you want to transfer the whole video, you can import the video into iTunes and then sync it with the iPad.
HDMI and PS3 output has a multiple optional video connections for the other side of the cable whether component or just RCA audio Video 480i connections or even S Video. They are all available as optional cables except for the standard PS3 issued 480i RCA plug style A/V cable
click on import audio or music, and then choose your audio or music.
Hi, Gigabeat F40 is audio player, it can play MP3 for you. As of PS3, the best way of use it is play video. For it can output video with high-definition and good quality.
You will need to Mute the audio on the video before you can import and use your own. > Click the + button on the Video track (in the time-line view) > Right-click the Video track and select Mute from the drop-down menu This will mute the video's audio and allow you to use a musical piece of your own.
How do i connect my projector to my PS3 and surround sound system each console only has one HDMI connection?
The PS3 is capable of outputting video from its HDMI port, while at the same time outputting audio from the PlayStation AV port. You would connect anyPS2/3 AV cable that had stereo RCA outputs (the pair of red and white plugs), but you would not connect the video plug(s) of that cable (S-video, RGB plugs, or a yellow plug). You would leave the video connectors unplugged because you are using HDMI for video. But a… Read More
Audio/Music is not uploaded into Windows Movie Maker... it is imported into the program. Here's how to import Audio/Music: > Click File, and then click Import Media Items. Browse to the file that you want to add, and then click the file. You can import audio files with the following file name extensions into Windows Movie Maker: .aif, .aifc, .aiff .asf, .au, .mp2, .mp3, .mpa, .snd, .wav, and .wma. > Click Import. > Drag the… Read More
do it with windows movie maker To add music/audio to Windows Movie Maker: Click File, and then click Import Media Items. Browse to the file that you want to add, and then click the file. You can import audio files with the following file name extensions into Windows Movie Maker: .aif, .aifc, .aiff .asf, .au, .mp2, .mp3, .mpa, .snd, .wav, and .wma. > Click Import. > Drag the music file to the Audio/Music track of… Read More
You can import Music/audio into the Windows Movie Maker program. Audio files must be in one of the following file name extensions (formats): .aif, .aifc, .aiff .asf, .au, .mp2, .mp3, .mpa, .snd, .wav, and .wm If the format is compatible with Windows Movie Maker; > Click on Import Media > Locate the audio file > Click Import > Drag the audio from the Imported Media viewing pane into the Time-line > Press Play in the… Read More
google "youtube converter" you can take the audio from any youtube video and convert it into mp3, then import that into garage band
No, it is the processing unit. The input would be its controller, output could be the video and audio as well as its rumble (if you have a controller with rumble).
If you have a pc: -Download window's movie maker. -Import the video and audio separately and combine them in the lower screen, matching them up in time. -Select "finish movie" and save it to your computer
You made a video with Windows Movie Maker now how do you upload music to play in the background of your movie?
You must import the audio/music you wish to use in the movie. Click the Import Media button on the top menu. Locate the audio you want to use and import it into the program. Audio/music must be in one of the following file formats to be compatible with Windows Movie Maker: .aif, .aifc, .aiff, .asf, .au, .mp2, .mp3, .mpa, .snd, .wav, .wma Once you have imported the audio into the program, click on it and… Read More
There are no video/audio enhancement features like that on Windows Live Movie Maker, which is a very basic video editing software application. You best bet is to edit the audio to achieve the desired effect in an external audio editing application. Then import it into Windows Live Movie Maker.
Yes if the TV has the ability to have Audio and Video plugs the PS3 will work. The PS3 will only be 480I or standard TV and will not be in HD, but the cable that comes with a PS3 is for standard TV. Just look on the back of the TV and if it has spots to plug things in besides an antenna the PS3 will work
Using a receiver with HDMI, connect the HDMI cable from the PS3 to the receiver, and then to the the TV. If the receiver doesn't have HDMI, connect the optical digital output of the PS3 to the receiver, and the HDMI directly to the TV.
Project, Import, Time-line, Storyboard, Effects, Transitions, Audio, Video, Narration, Titles/Credits, Animation, Exportation (Publish/Finish).
Import your music and videos into the program. Drag and drop them into the Video and Audio/Music tracks on the Time-line. Fine tune your project. Then Publish or Finish the video to finalize the project.
The way to remove the video from the audio (and only retain the audio) is by dragging the video clip to the MUSIC/AUDIO track in the Time-line view of Windows Movie Maker instead of the Video track. Once you have the audio there, publish/finish it. That will change the video to an 'audio' format (in this case a .wma).
Because iTunes purchased music and video has DRM copyright protection, you have to remove the DRM at first, before you can convert/edit the audio or import it into Windows Movie Maker. In order to play it on non-apple mp3/mp4 players, you need to remove the DRM and convert the protected music to other audio /video format. The easiest way is to burn an audio CD in iTunes and rip it back as mp3 format. Or… Read More
MP3- audio MP4- audio and video MP5- audio, video
In order to speed up songs, first import the song you want sped up into Windows Movie Maker. Then import a picture(any picture) as well. Move the picture to its spot on the storyboard (you need to make a movie before you can speed it up). Drag the song into the audio/music spot. Then, save the movie to your computer. Once it is saved, import the new video into Windows Movie Maker. Once you have… Read More
Adding audio/music is easy in Windows Movie Maker. First, find the music that you want to add to your movie and import it into your project. Then, add the music to the Time-line on the Audio/Music track and edit it to create just the effect that you want. > Click File, and then click Import Media Items > Browse to the file that you want to add, and then click the file. You can import… Read More
First, find the music that you want to add to your movie and import it into your project. Second, add the music to the time-line on the Audio/Music track and edit it to create just the effect that you want. Click File, and then click Import Media Items. Browse to the file that you want to add, and then click the file. You can import audio files with the following file name extensions into Windows… Read More
No, you can't do that in Windows Movie Maker. You can overlap video by dragging the last import on the track, backwards over the first track though. However, this does not make for a great video. Then again, to each his own.
No of course not.What would make you think a PS3 could. I know they say they are more than a game console in there ads, but they are talking about storing Photos, Videos and Music and getting downloads of movies or using the internet. The PS3 has to use a TV as it Audio and Video outlet connection and there is no location to even connect a satellite box.
ANY TV that you have the ability to connect the PS3 too. That means at least an input for RCA video and audio plugs to allow the PS3 to Connect. An HDMI plug on a HDTV is the ideal setup that the PS3 was designed for, but the other will still work to provide a picture as clear as the television gets without the PS3 connected.
No it does not have to be a special TV or a HDTV to connect and play the PS3. You do need a TV that has A/V input capability. That means 2 Audio RCA type Plug inputs and one Video RCA Type plug input are needed to connect the PS3 to the TV with the A/V cable that comes with the PS3.
Yes. The PS3 comes with a A/V cable to connect to a standard 480 television that has a single video jack and 2 audio jacks. Connection of the PS3 to a TV with jacks is easy and simple and the PlayStation will give you a clear sharp picture.