Jump to content
  • Who's Online   0 Members, 0 Anonymous, 14 Guests (See full list)

    • There are no registered users currently online
  • 0

No Sound


Guitar55

Question

It seems I have the same problem.

 

I added an AVI video and trimmed it to about 30 seconds., added text and an MP3 file for background audio. In the PRODUCTION it is fine...when I go to FILE..OUTPUT AS..ad select same settings as above, the resulting MPEG-2 file has no audio (the text is there, though).

 

Can you help?

 

Thanks,

Dennis

 

Just did another test...outputting to Windows Media format does have audio.

 

More info...when I output the file to MPG and preview it inside ROxio, I get audio, when I play it in WMP there is no audio.

 

 

 

Also, in case you were wondering...all other MPG files have audio in WMP.

 

 

 

Thanks

Link to comment
Share on other sites

5 answers to this question

Recommended Posts

It seems I have the same problem.

 

I added an AVI video and trimmed it to about 30 seconds., added text and an MP3 file for background audio. In the PRODUCTION it is fine...when I go to FILE..OUTPUT AS..ad select same settings as above, the resulting MPEG-2 file has no audio (the text is there, though).

 

Can you help?

 

Thanks,

Dennis

 

Just did another test...outputting to Windows Media format does have audio.

 

More info...when I output the file to MPG and preview it inside ROxio, I get audio, when I play it in WMP there is no audio.

 

Also, in case you were wondering...all other MPG files have audio in WMP.

Thanks

 

If you bought that mp3 from an online store, there are Digital rights issues. You can not use it the way you are trying to.

 

If you got it from another source, open Sound Editor and export it as a wav file. You can use that in the production. Sometimes the mp3 files have some quirky formatting and this "cures: that.

 

In the future, start your own thread, the one you posted to is a couple of months old and some people would miss it. Please post your computer specs in your signature so they are availble if you have another question at anytime.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Thanks. It's an MP3 I made from a CD. I'm sure this is not a DRM issue. I will try bringing it into Sound Editor, but the video had native audio that was not muted and didn't end up in the MPEG either. I will post my specs right away.

 

I only added to his thread because I was seraching for a smilar issue.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Thanks. It's an MP3 I made from a CD. I'm sure this is not a DRM issue. I will try bringing it into Sound Editor, but the video had native audio that was not muted and didn't end up in the MPEG either. I will post my specs right away.

 

I only added to his thread because I was seraching for a smilar issue.

 

I don't understand, did you select to show the native audio track? If not, do so, then select the track and use the speaker icon to mute it or the parts you want to mute. Where did you add the music; to the music track or somewhere else? Did you add it to an internal track or to the production.

 

Watch this demo video; perhaps you will get some ideas or be able to explain where your process differs from the one shown.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

s for your response. I watched the video. (PLEASE TELL ME IT HAS NO AUDIO or I have other serious problems!)

 

I had an MP3 file that I ripped from my band's CD. I brought it into SoundEditor and exported as a WAV file.

 

I added the WAV file to my VideoWave project as a music track.

 

I kep the native audio along with the music, went into the editor and adjusted the overall volume of each to get the mix I wanted.

 

I then saved as MPEG-2 best quality. If I open the MPEG in VideoWave or Cinemagic there is audio. If I open the MPEG in WMP there is NO audio. Other MPEGs play fine in WMP. If I save it as WMV i do get th audio in WMP.

 

Also, I actually started a new thread on this because I thought it might be a WMP incompatibility issue.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

s for your response. I watched the video. (PLEASE TELL ME IT HAS NO AUDIO or I have other serious problems!)

 

I had an MP3 file that I ripped from my band's CD. I brought it into SoundEditor and exported as a WAV file.

 

I added the WAV file to my VideoWave project as a music track.

 

I kep the native audio along with the music, went into the editor and adjusted the overall volume of each to get the mix I wanted.

 

I then saved as MPEG-2 best quality. If I open the MPEG in VideoWave or Cinemagic there is audio. If I open the MPEG in WMP there is NO audio. Other MPEGs play fine in WMP. If I save it as WMV i do get th audio in WMP.

 

Also, I actually started a new thread on this because I thought it might be a WMP incompatibility issue.

 

What, you don't like silent movies?

Try burning that project to an iso file. After it encodes, open Disc Copier and preview that iso. If it has sound, you are OK.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
×
×
  • Create New...