Re: audio problems



Wojo
07-09-2005, 10:33 PM
dickmr has got it.
Although he hasn't seen it personally I have had an occasional MP3 do
exactly what you are talking about.
Sometimes when this happens I save the movie and find that it works just
fine and other times it doesn't so the easiest solution is to convert the
MP3 to WMA or WAV and then use it in your project.

"cknott" <cknott@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:32D3DA32-0B0D-4E75-8702-9AFF1778D1E5@microsoft.com...
>I am new to movie maker and I have everything perfect in my movie, except
>the
> audio. It doesn't start with my movie. The audio tract on the timeline
> shows
> it starting with the first clip, and I can click on various clips and the
> audio is there, but I have to click on a clip, it won't automatically
> start.
> What can I do. It is a mp3 audio clip, and I am not sure how to convert it
> to
> anything else. Help!
> --
> Chris


Re: audio problems