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iMOVIE/iDVD audio channel mixed up???


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Hi there,

Brand new to the world of MAC.

I have iMOVIE 08 version 7.1.4 and iDVD 08 version 7.0.2.

I recently made a little movie in iMOVIE and created the dvd using iDVD.

However, when I play the dvd on my stereo tv system, the audio channels seem to be mixed up. The audio/dialogue is very low and quiet, while the background music and soundeffects are very loud.

Did I miss a step somewhere along the way? Is there a setting somewhere I need to adjust?
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First, it is Mac, not MAC.

The background music is represented by a green background. Click that once to highlight it. Click the speaker button which will bring up a HUD (popup) where you can reduce the volume.

To bring up the clip audio, click on the clip to select it all. Click the speaker button which will bring up a HUD (popup) where you can increase that volume. You may want to do that for each clip.

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