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That is a tricky thing to do without fairly sophisticated...

editing software. You need software with a frame counter. Otherwise, the difference of a single frame will result in loss of voice synchronization of those on camera. However, if the frame is at the end of a video sequence, you can use a video to audio converter to create a separate audio track, then use software as unsophisticated as MovieMaker to recombine your second audio track with the original video. NOTE: If you do this, you will have to mute the original audio on the video track. That is a "right click" selection when your cursor is placed on a video track.