I have downloaded video from a digital camera to video studio vers 9 software since I want to edit the clips. I can play clips back and receive vision and sound. However, when I play back the whole project I only get pictures and no sound. How can I fix this?
My system is Vista Home Premium.
Incidently Video Studio 11 ( have trialled this) will play back the clips and gives vision and sound.
Thanks for all your help.
You are my last resort as Ulead don'y support version 9 any longer!
I had this problem, I did not have the settings correctly. If you have the sound going into microphone on your computor then on your settings with the hammer and nail make sure the audio is set on microphone. Hope this helps becouse my sound worked after i did that. cheers
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That's fine, it does that because if it played the clips back (in edit) the computer wouldn't be able to handle it, ESPECIALLY, if like me, you edit HD video! It's doing you a favour, when you render it it should look fine :)
Mmmm, so then maybe Sony Vegas Movie Studio only added .MOV format import capability sometime after your version 8d?
However, although I couldn't easily find a specific import spec list for version 8d, this publisher description states version 8d can "edit video in nearly any format". Given the fact that version 9 does accept .MOV, and .MOV certainly being common standard enough to reasonable be expected to apply as "nearly ANY format", it seems strange that you're unable to open/import it.
== QUESTIONS ==
Are you receiving an error message of any kind upon attempting to import/open the file?
Is .MOV listed in "Sony Vegas Movie Studio"'s open/import "Files of type:" drop-down list?
When analyzed with G-Spot, what video codec info (upper right) is reported on your Nikon output files?
== CONCLUSION ==
If indeed your Sony Vegas Movie Studio cannot import your Nikon produced video, AND you require being able to edit it, your only option is to get another video editor/converter that will.
If you post back describing what your specific objectives are (set-top DVD Player/portable-device playback, clean-up editing, more comprehensive creative editing, etc.), I'd be happy to recommend capable freeware/trialware software choices that will "FixYa" up (pardon the pun).
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You need to make sure you have the audio stream in the download, it will be on a seperate channel, look at the program, the audio and viideo are seperate, If you need help I will be around, hopefully someone who is helping you has used the software before, I have it on my machine, and it can be a little intimidating at first, just look for the seperate audio.
Pls check any of transition effect you have inserted in between video clips, where the problem exist. You may delete this and reinsert and check the audio track. Hope you bring the sound track line just on the bottom line.
If nothing works, delete this and edit copiying from saved clips.