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Organizing Background Music

 
Organizing Background Music of Slideshow

You can add multiple music files as the background music of the album from local drive, CD and recording devices. After you add background music, you can trim them as you like. The current version of the program supports music in MP3, WMA and WAV format.

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-Adding Music from local drive

After you come to Transition and Music tab , click Add button to select music from your hard disk.

1. Click Add button and select desired one from file browse pane.

2. Click Open to add selected files to current album. All added music will be displayed in Background Music panel.

3. Press Ctrl or Shift key to select multiple music files at one time.

4. Click button to adjust the order of added music.

The current version of the program can only support music in wma, wav and mp3 format, so if you try to add music in these formats, but failed, then music you added may be licensed. You can use licensed music by recording it or converting it to plain format with other audio converting tool.

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-Importing audios from CD

You can choose to extract audio tracks from your CD. These extracted audio file will be saved in .wav format.

1. Insert you audio CD.

2. Click Ripper button in Transition and Music tab.

3. Check the option box in the front of your desired audios.

4. Click Extract to begin to extract selected audios from CD.

5. Click Close to return to the previous window

6. After finishing extraction, all imported audios will be saved in WAV format and added to the album automatically.

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-Recording audios

You can choose to extract audio tracks from your CD. These extracted audio file will be saved in .wav format.

1. Click Record button in Transition and Music tab.

3. Choose your input and record devices. Drag the slider to adjust the audio playback volume and recording volume.

4. Click Start Recording to begin to record your narration or the playing audio.

5. Click Stop Recording to finish the recording. Your recorded audio will be added to the album automatically.

6. The recorded audio can also be trimmed as the audio added from local drive.

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