Merging Audio (.aiff) & Video (.mov)

Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by krell100, Oct 7, 2009.

  1. krell100 macrumors member

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    #1
    Hi,

    I'm a complete novice with video...

    I want to 'combine' or 'merge' together an audio track in .AIFF format and a movie file which is a .MOV file.

    I've tried seeing if iMovie would do it but can't see how that works. Also Quicktime doesn't appear to do this either. Also tried Toast but nope.

    All I need is to merge the two together into one single movie file. Preferably one I can use in iDVD.

    My gear list is:
    MacPro 2.66
    OSX 10.5.8
    iLife 09 suite
    Toast 10
    Quicktime Pro
    Soundtrack Pro (Logic Studio 9 Suite)

    Thanks for any help...

    K
     
  2. Xapphire13 macrumors regular

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  3. krell100 thread starter macrumors member

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    #3
    Okay... but how?

    Okay, I fiddled around with Quicktime but I can't see how you merge a video and and audio track... Can you elaborate?

    Cheers
    k
     
  4. Xapphire13 macrumors regular

    Xapphire13

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    #4
    Well I don't know if Quicktime plays .aiff (don't have any of those files), but with quick time pro, you can open a video and the audio in different quicktime windows. On the audio one, select the whole track (in edit i think) then cmd-C for copy. Go to the video one and somewhere in the edit menu is something like paste and trim to selection... I dont have quicktime pro on this computer so this is from memory.
     

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