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Ok, I apologise if this is in the wrong forum, but its the closest I could find. I have a MPEG movie that I would like to dub over part of the sound with an MP3 that i have, how would I go about this, and what application(s) should I be look for? Many thanks for your replys.

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Pretty much any video editing application will allow you to overdub existing video. Try the free version of Avid Free DV over at http://www.avid.com/freedv/index.asp

The learning curve is pretty steep (as with any any of the Avid MediaComposer-based products), but it should do what you want.

Stephen Muir
Dreaming Monkey Sound Services Inc.

[edited by - smuir on April 20, 2004 9:34:51 PM]

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