Corel studiox7 not showing audio on clips.

Fumblerful

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I have recently started to use Corel studiopro x7. I have encountered a major problem in which all of the video clips I want to use do not have sound. They are .MOV's from a Canon T3i. The audio plays fine in media player. In Windiows Live the audio is pretty much normal. There are annoying things but I assume it is on Windows Live's side (fading when unwanted, fizzing, spikes, and the audio not muting when wanted.) Please let me know as I am doing this for a friend. If I need a codec please have a link to it so I do not need to go on an internet safari :). Additional note: .mp4's work fine. I am considering converting all of the clips to that format using windows live as the windows live audio problems only start when editing. Thank you for your time!

EDIT: Found a quick though not permanent solution. Converted clips to mp4's. Time constraint is no longer an issue.
 

iceblitzed

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VLC is not just a Media Player, it is a whole software in itself.This is just an experiment which I did to try and get an MP3 file from a video I downloaded from YouTube.

VLC has a very easy way to convert the FLV (or any other video file for that sake) to MP3

Download vlc media player

Open VLC.
Go to Media –> Convert/Save.
When you click Convert/Save, it opens a dialog box where in you can select the file which you need to convert(i.e. the video/FLV file which you wish to convert to MP3).
After selecting the file click on Convert/Save button located in the lower right hand side of the dialog box.
After this,there would be a dialog box for Stream Output. Check the option ‘File’, and go to ‘Browse’ to locally save the file with the filename of your choosing. Whenever you enter the new file name and click Save, a “.ps” is appended at the end of the file name. Substitute the “.ps” extension with a “.mp3″ extension.
In the Settings section of the Convert dialog box there is Profile drop down menu. Within the Profile section pull the menu down and select MP3 (for MP3encoding).
Click SAVE and let the data Stream. Once finished, open the MP3 file and enjoy.

 

iceblitzed

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VLC is not just a Media Player, it is a whole software in itself.This is just an experiment which I did to try and get an MP3 file from a video I downloaded from YouTube.

VLC has a very easy way to convert the FLV (or any other video file for that sake) to MP3

Download vlc media player

Open VLC.
Go to Media –> Convert/Save.
When you click Convert/Save, it opens a dialog box where in you can select the file which you need to convert(i.e. the video/FLV file which you wish to convert to MP3).
After selecting the file click on Convert/Save button located in the lower right hand side of the dialog box.
After this,there would be a dialog box for Stream Output. Check the option ‘File’, and go to ‘Browse’ to locally save the file with the filename of your choosing. Whenever you enter the new file name and click Save, a “.ps” is appended at the end of the file name. Substitute the “.ps” extension with a “.mp3″ extension.
In the Settings section of the Convert dialog box there is Profile drop down menu. Within the Profile section pull the menu down and select MP3 (for MP3encoding).
Click SAVE and let the data Stream. Once finished, open the MP3 file and enjoy.

 
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