Encore allows you to select the audio file to play, so you should be able to do this within a single Encore project.
And how do I do that? I am in the dark.
I have this one video with its corresponding sound, music and narration in one language.
How do I work the narration in the second language?
Do I create another sequence? Is that they way it works?
Please enlighten me. Thxs.
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In my quick search I coulnd't find the CS6 manual, but here it is described in the CS5 manual and as far as I remember it's still the same ....
Look at page 149 and it talks about selecting different language tracks.
You will need to merge your background sound with the narration for each language and have separate language tracks, but the video remains the same and your user can choose their language.
This really is an Encore forum questions through
>coulnd't find the CS6 manual
And for videope... you really need to go to the Encore forum for Encore questions
Thank you. I now have a better idea of how it works.
I realize now that this was a question for Encore forum but at first I didn't know if I had to start by setting up my premiere project a certain way before exporting it.
I did learn however, that will have to export the video from Premiere Pro with its corresponding audio sound and music separate from the narration.
Once in an Encore I will import two separate narrations (one for each language).
Thanks again for your help.