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Thread: How do I use dissolve without dissolving the audio in Pinnacle 14?

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    Default How do I use dissolve without dissolving the audio in Pinnacle 14?

    I am working on a project where I taped a musical stage show on two nights from two different angles in an attempt to mimick a multi-camera shoot.

    I started combining the clips and figured that a dissolve transition between the two would give it the cleanest look. However, the dissolve transition fades the audio out of the first clip and the audio in of the second clip which results in the music and vocals not sounding right.

    I tried copying the entire video into the audio track to separate the video from the audio and then I muted the audio track of the video. That helped a little but the dissolve transition moves the video track to the right slightly which results in the separate audio and video tracks going out of sync.

    I was really looking forward to combining the different angles, close-ups, etc. to give the finished video a more professional look but I am at a loss as to what else to do.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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    Click on the small lock icon on the audio track, this will lock the audio track so anything you do to the other tracks will not affect the locked track.

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    It worked! Thank you!!

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