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No Sound On Dvd


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FYI, Creator 5 is a long out of production since 2003. You have NXT 5. (picky but eliminates confusion as well as answers that don't apply to your version)

 

Does the DVD play with audio when you play it on your PC?

 

Does the audio play anywhere?

 

Confirm you Authored a DVD Movie and didn't just put a video file onto a disc ^_^

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FYI, Creator 5 is a long out of production since 2003. You have NXT 5. (picky but eliminates confusion as well as answers that don't apply to your version)

 

Does the DVD play with audio when you play it on your PC?

 

Does the audio play anywhere?

 

Confirm you Authored a DVD Movie and didn't just put a video file onto a disc ^_^

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FIRST: You have replied within the Quoted Text Body a couple of times. When quoting a post, is a bit subtle to see when you reply but it makes it hard to pick out your reply vs the quoted text ;)

Here is an example of the best way to do it:

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Your answers lack detail but seem to point to the file and that you did not Author a DVD Movie.

Authoring: ONLY MyDVD and Video Copy and Convert can Author a Movie!

All the rest, Burn Data Disc and Edit Videos Simply (Fast Flick) only create a video file that is not playable in many Players.

Keep those in mind, but here is a possible fix. Run your captured file through a converter before you use it! (we are testing the file this way for conformity to Industry Standards) Players are not a good test as they are designed to accept many flaws.

A good converter is Any Video Converter: HERE

It's free and will give confirm or knock down one possibility ;)

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FIRST: You have replied with the Quoted Text Body a couple of times. It is a bit subtle to see when you reply but it makes it hard to pick out your reply vs the quoted text ;)

 

Here is an example of the best way to do it:

 

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Also I did ask you 4 questions and you answered only one and the answer was not really specific to the last question in the bunch... The other three were important to diagnosing this, but you left us with no real path forward.

 

You mentioned age in your other Topic, with a few exceptions, most of us are retired and on pension or disability so "age" is something unique.

 

Try to answer the questions in detail so that we can have some idea of where to go from here -_-

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1. Right click on your captured video and click properties.

 

2. Do a screen capture of the General and Details tab like the examples below and attach them in your post.

 

3. It would be helpful if you posted a short clip on a download site and post a link here so we can poke the file with a stick.

 

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FIRST: You have replied within the Quoted Text Body a couple of times. When quoting a post, is a bit subtle to see when you reply but it makes it hard to pick out your reply vs the quoted text ;)

 

Here is an example of the best way to do it:

 

attachicon.gifQuote Reply Box.jpg

Your answers lack detail but seem to point to the file and that you did not Author a DVD Movie.

 

Authoring: ONLY MyDVD and Video Copy and Convert can Author a Movie!

 

All the rest, Burn Data Disc and Edit Videos Simply (Fast Flick) only create a video file that is not playable in many Players.

 

Keep those in mind, but here is a possible fix. Run your captured file through a converter before you use it! (we are testing the file this way for conformity to Industry Standards) Players are not a good test as they are designed to accept many flaws.

 

A good converter is Any Video Converter: HERE

 

It's free and will give confirm or knock down one possibility

Good bye all !!!!!

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1. Right click on your captured video and click properties.

 

2. Do a screen capture of the General and Details tab like the examples below and attach them in your post.

 

3. It would be helpful if you posted a short clip on a download site and post a link here so we can poke the file with a stick.

 

attachicon.gif11.jpg

 

attachicon.gif111.jpg

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1. Right click on your captured video and click properties.

 

2. Do a screen capture of the General and Details tab like the examples below and attach them in your post.

 

3. It would be helpful if you posted a short clip on a download site and post a link here so we can poke the file with a stick.

 

attachicon.gif11.jpg

 

attachicon.gif111.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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