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DVD FLICK - how to add an audio track to a video

I have attempted a few times to add a further audio track to a video. The video has a commentary (wedding) and I want to add a back-ground music track with this.
Is it possible and how do I achieve this?

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tried youtube tools?

In reply to: DVD FLICK - how to add an audio track to a video

Should be able to do it there and then download as mp4.

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I would add that in my video editor.

In reply to: DVD FLICK - how to add an audio track to a video

I use DVD FLICK to create Video DVDs and not much more. To add a track I'm back in my video editors.

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Video editors

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Hi R.Proffitt,

Thanks for your reply and information. Being new to this technology and a tad aged (70yrs), what video editors would be a good choice for me. In the 70's/80's I was a sound engineer (analogue), so I have some idea of what goes on.

Appreciate your recommendations.

Regards, Ray

Running Win7 HP SP1 64 bit, custom built pc., (Intel i5 4670, 8GB ddr3 ram, 1GB nVidia gt630 graphics, 2 500GB hdd's)

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For Windows, so many today.

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