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I got some gun sounds for a lighting test i am doing, (all my films need the best sound, and of course, guns) and I got machine gun sounds from soundfind. Then I got Dubit (a sound adding program) and synthed the sounds with the film perfectly. But when I went to save it, It didn’t allow me 🙁 So i am now wondering if there is any other way to add the sounds. Thank you and good day 🙂
-Gardias, Director of PickleWeezle Productions
Use premiere or any other editing softwares 🙂
“Bob Page” wrote: Use premiere or any other editing softwares 🙂
Yes, a bargain at just $500. I can’t believe you didn’t think of this yourself Gardias. :roll
Alternatively, if you’re not a big fan of eyepatches and parrots, you could try what Stefan mentioned in another thread:
“wandrer2” wrote: Free alternatives to add sound include (but are not limited to) VideoMach (limited to one track, requires some calculations to get the sounds positioned right), Axogon Composer (almost just like in Premiere) and (only in XP) Windowd Movie Maker.
What about DDClip? Isn’t that what everyone around here suggests?
Ok, thanks for the suggestions 🙂
I’ll be sure to try them out.
the other more technical and free way would be to sync the sounds together in wham(i forget the link but you can probably find it through altavista or (god forbid)google…)
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