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    Default Padding Audio / Fit a Video Sequence

    Hi Everyone,

    First posting to the forums so apologies if this topic has been answered.

    I have a family video sequence of a wedding which is about 5 minutes long.
    I have found a nice audio cip lasting about 3 minutes.

    It's a bit of a silyl question, but are there any recognised tricks / techniques to handle this discrepancy, eg

    1) Loop the start of music again for a while
    2) Transition to a new piece
    3) Find a convneint break and do visual transition with new music

    As its a family video I dont want to cuat the sequence out completel y.

    Thank you for your expert advice and opinion.

    Regards
    Mark

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    Some tricks I've done in the past are for example, my last video I just repeated the music track as it fitted nicely. I have cut and pasted the chorus of a song to pad it out a bit. I have also started a new song which changes the mood of the video.

    It all depends on the context of the video and the music being used.

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