To change the audio in the Audio/Music track, simply delete it and put something else in its place. To change the audio of a video in the video track, first Mute the audio of the video. Then place alternate audio in the Audio/Music track.
There is only one audio track to work with in Windows Movie Maker. The only other audio track is connected to the Video Track (the video's audio).Therefore, you can only have one video (with audio) in the Video Track and one audio/music insertion in the Music/Audio Track.
Autotune is an audio effect (not MIDI) One solution would be to ... 1. export / render the MIDI track out as an audio track 2. import the rendered Audio track back into cubase... 3. Apply autotune (or Melodyne) to the Audio version of the track et voila
If there is mp3 in an standard audio CD, it is on a data track, and thus not playable on a regular CD player because it is not an audio track.
You can't run the video's audio while video is paused. But, if you want to hear the video's audio without the distraction of the video, click the + button beside the Video track in the time-line view. Then, click, hold and drag the Audio track down into the Audio/Music track below.Close up the Video track. Then delete the video (or Remove it). The only thing remaining should be the original video's audio in the Audio/Music track. If you want the video back in the project, drag it back down into the Video track.
An audio commentary is an audio track on a video recording which is timed on a pre-existing movie track so that one or more people can comment on the movie being shown.
There should be an Audio button on the remote that will allow you to choose the audio track.
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 belowThe video itself will disappear. Then you can import and add other video/pics to the Video track.
There are only two audio tracks available in Windows Movie Maker - the audio from the video track and the Audio/Music track. You cannot manipulate either individually (by layering).
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.
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 itNow you will be able to work with the audio and video tracks separately.
drag it down and it makes an audio track