Currently Being ModeratedOct 6, 2012 11:37 AM (in response to vschafer)
I would suggest that you convert the mp3 file to AIFF in iTunes. You can do this by opening up iTunes Preferences. In the General Tab of Preferences, click Import Settings...
In Import Settings, choose Import Using: AIFF Encoder.
Now select your audio in iTunes, and right click. Choose "Create AIFF Version". Give it a name like Audio Track - AIFF so you can tell it apart from the original audio track.
Use this version in your movie.
If that does not work for you, I would try to find some conversion software to convert from 44.1 khz to 48 khz.
iMovie's (and video camera's) native audio is 48 khz. CDs are 44.1 khz.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 6, 2012 11:55 AM (in response to vschafer)
Try this. Drag the end of the audio track to the right. There may be more sound there.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 6, 2012 11:57 AM (in response to AppleMan1958)
Thank you, so much! It really helped!
Currently Being ModeratedOct 6, 2012 11:59 AM (in response to panoramaBobl, Bob Thompson2)
Thank you, Bob! After the conversion I still had some portion hidden but I didn't know I could drag the end of the audio. Working on my video now. You guys saved my job!
Currently Being ModeratedOct 6, 2012 12:15 PM (in response to vschafer)
Good. I have not had a problem with either mp3 or aiff files.