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Old 22 Oct 2008, 03:22 PM   #1
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Default Vobblanker 2.1.3.0 audio?

I am using VobBlanker to edit a movie. Is there a way to watch the video and hear the audio so I can edit out sections because of language?

Trying to make a R movie more PG 13. I do this in the cells using the prview/cut but if I can't hear the audio it is tough to make the cuts at the proper points.

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Old 22 Oct 2008, 07:21 PM   #2
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You can watch the video with the preview but no audio is available yet. Instead, use PgcEdit (preview has audio) to figure out where to do your cuts and mark them down and then use VobBlanker.

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Thanks Blu, but when I load the dvd with PgcEdit I can watch the video in preview but all I get is a hum in the speakers, they are working properly as I stoped the video and was listening to music.

Is there any way if I know at 44:25 or 44 minutes 25 seconds I want to edit a section I can see 44:25 as a time code when I go back to VobBlanker? All I see are the actual time frame for the cell or chaper.

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PgcEdit WILL have the audio, but in the current version, it is not yet implemented.
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