chibear wrote:but am in the habit of mixing down the audio first, importing that back into the project, muting the original tracks, and then mixing down to video.
Studio 919 wrote:Hey chibear,
I don't understand what this means, or why it should be done. Do you only do this when video is involved? What does this do? Is this something I should start doing? If so, how?
Just add a video track to the project and your images to it. If you want a wav as the final product, select wav when mixing down, if you want a video file, select wmv.Studio 919 wrote:Hey Y'all,
I have a song that is close being finalized. It is a .MX7 file type consisting of the usual tracks (vocal, guitar, drums, and so on).
Now, I want to take this song and add a video track so that I can upload still images. In other words, I want to end up with two versions of the same song; the .MX7 project as it is currently, and also a .WMV version that includes pictures.
So, do I need to keep them separate by creating an entirely new project? Or, will the "mix down to .WMV become a new file that is added to my existing song folder?
I'm being cautious because I don't want to risk messing up my original .MX7 file.
Thanks in advance for all replies.
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