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Blaze Media Pro 7.0 - User Guide and FAQ

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Frequently Asked Questions - Blaze Media Pro

  1. Blaze Media Pro was working great previously, but now when I run the program, it does not show on my screen. How can I correct this?
    The software's window is most likely off of your screen's viewing area. Therefore, when you start the program, and it does not display on the screen, right click on the taskbar icon you see at the bottom of your desktop and select the "Move" command. Now use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move the window back onto your screen's viewing area.

  2. I've installed Blaze Media Pro on my Win2000 computer, and I'm trying to edit or convert audio files. However, the editing or conversion is not working. Any ideas?
    Turn off all applications and services that process WMA (for example: Windows Media Server). After you have done so, reinstall Blaze Media Pro. In most cases, this will resolve the issue.

  3. I converted a video to another format, but the audio content was not present in the output file. How can I ensure the audio content of video files is included when converting?
    This is usually caused by the video file's audio content using a codec that is not supported by the conversion module. Even though it may play properly in Blaze Media Pro, the playback engine's supported codecs are different from that of the conversion module.

  4. Can all CD-ROM drives convert CD to WAV, MP3, WMA, or OGG?
    Although most newer CD-ROM drives can convert digitally, only CD-ROM drives that support the Redbook audio format and have a reasonable level of seeking accuracy can typically convert tracks from CDs to disk in digital format. Many older CD-ROM drives, and some new ones, do not support this capability.

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