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Background music hi i use power producer to put home movies onto dvd after being edited in windows movie maker. I've used it for a couple of months, but recently whenever i put a track as background music on the menu, it will automatically cut the song at 9 seconds. How do i stop this? thanks for your help, jessica

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  • aogston Jan 22, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem with V3.0. It cuts off at 9 seconds. Help! The Cyberlink website is useless for support or contact.

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On the main menu of power producer, click the tools or preferences icon/button. Then on the projects tab under the menu settings section reset the "User defined motion menu duration " to slightly longer than your music file duration.

Hope this helps

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  • aogston Jan 23, 2008

    On the main menu of power producer, click the tools or preferences icon/button. Then on the projects tab under the menu settings section reset the "User defined motion menu duration " to slightly longer than your music file duration.

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Hi,

I had the same issue and followed this advice. I then could set to 99 seconds and then include the background song to finally trim to exceed such time length.

Lucio Gayosso
http://www.gayossonet.com

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