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  1. girwin

    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    Will do, Thanks! Graham
  2. girwin

    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    Thanks again, and Happy Holidays! Graham PS - One last question, not totally on topic. I have encoded some largish video files on an external hard drive and would like to move them to another larger hard drive but everytime I try to copy them I get an error 36 - do you have any idea how to remedy this?
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    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    Eureka! The buffer underrun protect was not checked - I have a working DVD! Thank you so much for your invaluable advice. It seems that EyeTV's MPEG-1 format is a difficulty (I see that their newer products work in MPEG-2). What is your suggestion for the best way to digitize video (broadcast or videotape) for editing and burning to DVD? Thanks, Graham
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    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    OK, I re-edited the file in StreamClip (nice program BTW) and demuxed to m2v and aiff. All seemed well until I dragged the m2v into Toast and tried to burn it. Twice I got "The drive reported an error: Sense Key = ILLEGAL REQUEST Sense Code = 0x21, 0x02 BUFFER UNDERRUN" The unfinished DVD did seem to play properly however. In other curiousities, I think it said "encoding" on the first burn and "multiplexing" on the second.
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    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    Yes, the audio plays in Quicktime, but as I mentioned before, all my edits are gone - the video has reverted to its original form. I am not thrilled by this as it costs me a few hours of deleting commericals. If this is necessary, how would I re-edit the separate audio and video files yet keep them sychronized? Thanks, Graham
  6. girwin

    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    You are too patient - anyhow, the resultant aiff file is "silent." The original MPEG-1 plays with sound in QT Pro and in Toast's editor... Thanks, Graham
  7. girwin

    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    Good to hear about the bowling upswing. I tried exporting the audio only from Toast by selecting "for Itunes" in the export options. Is this correct? Toast crashed twice... Graham
  8. girwin

    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    The AIFF file makes no sound when I play it in Quicktime. EyeTV probably does have an editor and, I think, a hook to Toast, but I was not aware of either before I edited these files and deleted the EyeTV files - back when I was young and my heart was an open book and I believed this video editing stuff was straightforward and "logical." :-) Good luck bowling, Graham
  9. girwin

    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    Okay, I ran the "silent" DVD content through MPEG Streamclip and demuxed to m2v and AIFF. I dragged the video file into Toast and was not prompted for the audio, nor does it seem to have automatically included it as this DVD is "silent" too! The audio now says "PCM Stereo, 48000 HZ, 16 bit." Any thoughts? Also, I have quite a few files to burn and it would be a shame to have to burn a DVD each time just to demux it and burn another - any other thoughts on how to do this? Thanks, Graham PS - The MPEG-1 files came from EyeTV USB, which can only produce those I think.
  10. girwin

    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    I thought that was a Healey - very cool! When you say "After you edited in QuickTime Pro you should have saved the video as a full-quality movie instead of as an MPEG 1 file." I assume you mean exported, since QT Pro only gives the option of saving as a self-contained movie or a referenced movie. I certainly can export it as a number of things (though it takes forever) - which is the best format? I will try to demux the dvd first. Thanks, Graham
  11. girwin

    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    Aha, thank you! Which format(s) should the file be demuxed to? Also, when I open the .mov file in Streamclip, it loses my edits (the entire original file is there). Is there anything to be done about this, or another approach? Thanks, Graham PS - You seem quite worthy of your username - nice car too!
  12. girwin

    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    The popup says: Video: MPEG-1 NTSC 352x240 Audio: MPEG Stereo, 48000 Hz But there's no files in the AUDIO_TS folder
  13. girwin

    No Sound on DVD MPEG-1 in Toast 7

    Hello, I recorded some TV shows with EyeTV 1.8.5 on Mac OS 10.3.9 and edited the resultant files with Quicktime Pro, giving me muxed MPEG-1 files. Foolishly, I deleted my original EyeTV files. I was getting an error -2009 when I tried to burn a video DVD. I upgraded to Toast 7.0 and the error is gone and the DVD burns, but there's no sound! There is sound playing in Toast when I test the file before burning. What next? Thanks, Graham
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