How do I add audio to my 3DS videos?

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Apr 8, 2012
  1. JenosaidoZombie
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    Hi all, I've searched quite a bit but cant seem to find the answer, but did see this website which seem very helpful. Anyway I was wanting to put together some videos Ive recorded with the 3ds and add audio to them. Im using VideoPad editor to link the videos, adding mp3 audio the using 3DS DownloadConvert but when I go to play it in the 3ds it says something along the lines of "video not compatible". If put the same clips together (without adding audio) and follow the same steps it plays in on the 3ds just fine. Do I need to use another audio file type besides mp3 format? Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    I dont know much about the whole 3DS videos thing (got a PC for that) but I do know if you got audio files for a video they shouldnt be in MP3.
     
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    maybe the original post was a bit misleading. I was trying to add a song(mp3 format) to the video clips for play on the 3ds
     
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    put a 3D video in the computer and use the best video editor out there to add the music, then convert?


    Try this converter after you make your video: http://gbatemp.net/t...ideo-converter/
     
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