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Old January 9th, 2004, 02:24 AM
thehamguy1 thehamguy1 is offline
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use more than one audio file?



Because my slideshows are getting more elaborate as I try to top
earlier ones, I want to have the sound track change at different
points in the show. Happy music for one part, thoughtful for
another, etc.

I suppose I could learn to use audio editing software and blend all
the music slices into one audio file, but is there an easier way?
I'd like to use perhaps four separate audio files in one slideshow
without breaking the show into four sections. If one music selection
would end and the next begin without much pause, that would be nice
too.

Maybe the way to do this is obvious but I'm relatively new at it.
Could it be as easy as inserting each audio file in its appropriate
place on the "Sequencer" tab? And would .wav files work
better/worse/just-as-well as .mp3 files for this purpose?

I use V. 5.10 beta 7.

Lee


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Old January 24th, 2004, 02:15 PM
info_xatcom info_xatcom is offline
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use more than one audio file?



Hello Lee,

xatshow uses the start of a music track as the start of a track in the slideshow
ie a key point in the show and a break point.

The only way to do what you want is to use a sound editor to blend the tracks
first.

Chris.


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