Problems cutting a song

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Hello, how are you. 

I'm using version 8 Camtasia and when I am editing some gameplay and want to put a part of any song, by cutting the song say in 2:50 minutes to 3:00 minutes after the cut made thenar and starts repoducirce from 0:00 minutes. 

I would like help on this because the truth is the only editor I use and I would not leave to use, thanks.
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Sorry to hear about your problem but could you provide a little more information as to what you are recording, your settings for recording dimensions, what format of audio you are adding, etc. The more information you provide the easier it makes for others to understand what is going on for your project. Maybe if possible provide a short video so we can take a look and listen. Thanks for posting and have a great day.
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I'm sorry I am a little confused on this one. Seems like your audio is jumping forward but it appears you are pausing the audio and them moving to a different spot on the timeline. and starting it over from the new spot. Can you add some voice over to what you are trying to accomplish? Sorry I cannot be of more help at this time.
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I watched it also Fred. It's hard to follow but what he is getting is the song is starting over after it has been cut. " I Think?" You can see it near the end of the video, the sound wave ends and the then after a short period of silence the audio starts over again. I've seen this same issue in a thread a long time ago. Everything is a little screwy when this occurs, playback, repeating, etc.

I can't remember the solution with certainty, However.
I think the audio needs to be converted into a different format with a program like Audacity. Camtasia prefers audio files converted to 44.1 kHz  16 bits.
I wish I could be sure but I would try that first @JualGames and let us know if that works.
Regards, Joe
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Thanks Joe I see it now and yes it is most likely something with the audio settings in the audio used in the video. Without seeing the information on it that would be hard to determine.
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I decided to only use the converter Freemake Audio Converter, WMA to put them in 192 KPS

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