Overwrite 'A' (audio) with 'B' (audio)

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I said "A" (audio) but I now want to say "B".

How do overwrite A with B?

It's in the middle of an hour long presentation, so I cannot just re-record.
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Roy Lasris

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kayakman, Champion

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I assume you have the B audio; so cut out A and insert B; they need to be same duration to keep video in sync

if you do not yet have B, use Voice Narration

there are tutorials on TechSmith web site that will help with this.
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Hi Roy,

I just released a blog post this morning about this topic. You can check it out here - http://blogs.techsmith.com/tips-how-t...

The first part of the video covers how to record replacement audio, so if you already have the replacement audio you might want to skip ahead to learn how to replace the old with the new.

1:45 - Silencing a section of old audio.

2:55 - Completely replace a section of old audio.

Hope this helps!

Cait R.
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PERFECT!!!! Thanks. (This may also solve a problem I had with rendering a video project.)

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