I put in my Video Editor (an inexpensive program for my PC Windows 10 called Cyberlink PowerDirector) and just added my audio back in, fade ins and outs, a title, and some black space at the end for my YouTube End Screen recommended videos. If this became my normal workflow, I would just use the midi for audio to maybe render faster on SeeMusic, would this be true?
It ended at 3:21, but that ended up chopping off the last two seconds, it ends up a little longer rendered, but i was afraid to let it render longer since the audio ending comes back in at 3:22 for some reason. I don't know if moving the slider was the reason it ended at 3:21, or if it would have anyway. I'm going to put it in my video editor put the audio back in there and see if that works for now.
I moved the slider in the create video section to 3:21 instead of the 4:01 it was on, and at least during the rendering audio part of Creating Video it seems to end at the right time, so in 161 minutes I will see how it comes out.