Written by Pavan Kumar on October 3, 2008
Many of us use different media players for running Video and Audio files and another two separate CD/DVD burners to burn them all. If you can count, these software’s can quite torture your computer when you are hopelessly multitasking. But what if you had all the above features in one and not only that, with a one that is branded the best on the web.
Introducing Blaze media pro, powerful all in one Audio Video converter cum editor. Audio editing and video editing were never so easy to handle. You can convert your recordings (MIDI format) into the popular MP3, WAV and other formats with your own bitrates. With its outstanding video capabilities, it’s video encoder lets you convert AVI, WMV and even other MPEG variations (MPEG-1 or MPEG-2) into MPEG with ease. It also includes a powerful MOV converter feature that can convert MOV (QuickTime Movie) to MPG (MPEG-1 and MPEG-2), AVI (using any compression codec), and WMV (Windows Media Video) without significant headaches.
How to Add Audio Music to Video Files or Replace Existing Audio Music in Video Files:
To add audio to a video file, open the video file into the software’s video editor feature. Mark the start position at the beginning of the video file, and mark the end position at the end of the video file. Switch to Audio Only mode, and use the Delete Selection command. This will remove any audio currently in the video file (whether it is a silent track or not).
Note: If you do not perform this step, and the file has a silent audio track, the new audio will be added to the end of the video file. You can now use the video editor feature’s Add File(s) command from the File menu to insert the new replacement audio file. The process is now complete. Switch back to Audio and Video mode, and save the video into the desired format and filename. Download Blaze Media Pro now.
This is a guest post by Rohit Langde who blogs on different faces of technology like blogging, computer, internet, social media, advertising and many more things. You can find his blog at Blog Solute. He also maintains a multi-topic social bookmarking website Funmit. You may also want to subscribe to his RSS feed updates.
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