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Hi,..i cant add music to the panasonic software..it tells me failed to register to sommelier..how do i add music

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SOURCE: I have the videocam suite 2.0 for my new panasonic , add music?

NO, you need to re-master the Video, and then save as say in an MPEG4 format, then using a Movie making software, edit the "Movie" and "Add" the sound tracks etc. You could either save it to a Memory stick, or stream it to the PC, via, link, and save it. Then do as related above.

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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