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PatsyP [Avatar]
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I edited a small clip with AudioDirector twice. Each time, once the edited clip is back in the timeline, the clip is silent. I have Cyberlink PD 365.
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Hello PatsyP,

Obviously that shouldn't be happening, unless you're doing something deliberately to cause that.

From your description, it seems you're round tripping from PDR to ADR & back again. Is that correct? What adjustments are you making in ADR?

Could you please repeat the process with the attached audio clip & report (a) the steps you took & (b) the result?

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Arpeggio1_Stinger.wav
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396 Kbytes
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293 time(s)
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Thanks!

I downloaded the file, then imported onto a PD365 audio track.

Opened it in AudioDirector from PowerDirector.

CLicked adjust audio and Speech Pitch audio. (That is what I have been using AD for)

Clicked custom

Changed once spot in the wave.

Clicked apply.

CLicked X, then Yes to save to PD

The file worked fine in the track.
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Hello again,

It's not clear to me whether you've been able to resolve the issue with your own audio files. Is that the case?

Using a variet of file formats, I've replicated your steps adjusting audio using Speech Pitch Contour in ADR, then returning to PDR. Not once have I been able to replicate the original reported issue (stated in thread title).

Here is a simple PDR project (zipped) which contains three original audio files (media library) & the adjusted files in the timeline.

Could you please clarify the status of your issue?

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Thanks ever for the reply. I did some experimenting and found that the problem clips were only those in which I had first used audio editor within PowerDirector 365, and then made more changes with AudioDirector. So I replaced the old clips with new ones, used AudioDirector first, and then Audio Editor, and they worked fine.
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