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Microsoft Live Movie Maker help please (audio/video)


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I have a longer clip which I recorded in order to have (for example) 1 minute of continuous audio of what was happening.

However I want to drop other clips in while retaining the audio of the first clip. Almost like a 'drop-in' cut where just the pictures change but the audio remains.

Easy in Premiere - but how to in this?

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Ducking (verb)

1) Lower the head or body quickly to avoid a blow or so as not to be seen

2) Depart quickly; "I thought I saw you duck out".

Not sure what you're getting at?

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Audio Ducking and Emphasis

To accompany Narration, Movie Maker now allows for audio ducking and emphasized audio. When you add a narration to your project, the audio from all other tracks will be temporarily reduced (ducked) while there is audible content on the narration track. You can also change the priority (emphasized) to one of the other audio tracks, reducing the volume on the remaining tracks. You may also adjust the mix between the two non-emphasized tracks. By default the narration track will be emphasized. These features are available from the Project tab.

From here http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windowslive/forum/moviemaker-wlinstall/whats-new-in-movie-maker-2012/7d9f544d-b14f-4d3f-9582-28fc05839b6c

No idea how to do it though :p

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