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ImageMixer VCD2 LE (IMxVCD2 LE) is a software for creating Video CDs and CD Albums using still images, movies and sound captured from sources such as Digital Cameras, Digital Video Cameras, and Audio CDs. Video CDs created with IMxVCD2 can be viewed on TV using a Video CD compliant DVD player, allowing your family and friends to recall those memorable moments even if they don't have a computer.

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Can you use still pictures or images in the movie-editing mode?

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How can I check the content of the file that I have edited before saving it?

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When I click the Play button to preview, a message appears saying "Creating MPEG temp file". What does "Creating MPEG temp file" mean?

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How can I trim (edit) files that are placed on the storyboard?

     
           
             
         
   

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Can you use still pictures or images in the movie-editing mode?

Yes you can.
However, from the moment you place the picture/image file on the storyboard it will be automatically converted to a 15seconds movie file. This new movie file will then be added to your album as a new file.

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How can I check the content of the file that I have edited before saving it?

Click the "Preview mode" button of the mode selector and then click the play button. You will then be able to preview and check your edited content. Before you can view your edited content at preview, ImageMixer has to create an MPEG temp file. This process takes some time in some cases.

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When I click the Play button to preview, a message appears saying "Creating MPEG temp file". What does "Creating MPEG temp file" mean?

Before preview can take place, Imagemixer has to temporarily create a MPEG (movie) file. This file is called "MPEG temp file."

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How can I trim (edit) files that are placed on the storyboard?

Double-click on the clip thumbnail of the file on the storyboard and the movie editor window will appear.
In the movie editor window, you can use the play position slider or the Play button to decide the in-point (the starting point of your movie) and click once; then you decide the out-point (the ending point of your movie) and click once again.
After trimming your movie, you can then click OK to end trimming and editing.

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