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Kuro  
Posted : Tuesday, April 06, 2004 9:55:38 PM(UTC)
Joined: 4/6/2004(UTC)
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Can Video Edit Magic remove the audio of an avi file from certain frames (not all the frames)?
E.g. from frame 1 to frame 50?
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Posted : Thursday, April 08, 2004 5:10:42 AM(UTC)
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You can remove the audio from the Timeline by navigating frame-wise. You can navigate frame-wise by using the Next frame and Previous Frame button in the Preview window. It is best to zoom in to the Tmeline for accurate frame editing. To remove audio from a section of the timeline.

1. On the View menu, click Selection Sliders or use the F5 shortcut key.
2. Select the portion of the Tmeline by dragging the sliders.
3. Lock or Unlink all tracks other than the audio track.
4. On the Edit menu, click Delete or use the Del shortcut key.

A better method is to use Volume Tracks. Volume Tracks enable you to change volume of an audio track at any point of time.

1. Click the small plus sign to the left of the audio track to display the Volume Track.
2. Click at the point of time from where you don't want the audio.
3. Drag the Volume Point that appears to 0 Volume.
4. Click at the point of time up to where you don't want the audio.
5. Drag the Volume Point that appears to 0 Volume.
Kuro  
Posted : Sunday, April 11, 2004 9:35:08 PM(UTC)
Joined: 4/6/2004(UTC)
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How do I know that the volume is 0 by dragging the Volume Point?
I tried to drag the Point vertically down all the way but can still hear the audio of the specifed period that I want muted.
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Posted : Monday, April 12, 2004 11:25:27 AM(UTC)
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The volume is displayed in percentage in the status bar when you drag the Volume Point.

To mute a portion of audio using the Volume Track, you will require four volume points - two at volume 100% (or more) and two at volume 0. The portion between the two volume points with 0 volume will be muted.

Please refer to Video Edit Magic's help file for details on using the Volume Track. The help file is also available online. Please visit:
http://www.deskshare.com/help/vem/UsingVolumeTracks.aspx
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