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Nadeve

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I have Roxio Creator 9.0. When i try to burn DVD it comes up with "need to upgrade to a version with AC3 audio support". How do I do this?

 

Do you have the FULL retail version of EMC 9 Suite or did yours come installed on the computer?.

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Ok- I'm having the same issue. I have the same software for my video camera as well as the same program that came w/ my Dell. What did you end up doing? I want to use the Roxio for the DVD creation, I think it does more, but i want the sound as well> Not sure if I should upgrade or not? I got rid of my vista on the Dell and am using Windows XP. So...where should I go from here?

 

I don't believe that 5.1 is supported but the program will automatically convert to stereo. DVDit Pro does a pass through but that is a much more expensive dedicated DVD maker program.

 

If you tried the alternate audio format and it doesn't work, then I think the answer is obvious.

 

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I'm not sure that your version of MyDVD could use it, but you could try installing the AC3 filter from

 

http://ac3filter.net/releases/ac3filter_1_45b

 

Hi..

 

I have the same issue:

a) Dell Laptop Inspiron E1505

B) Windows Vista Home Basic

c) EMC Ver 9 - came along with the Dell Laptop

 

Here is overall issue with my product:

a) Am able to create successfully dvd with regular movies

B) Created movies from my Sony Camcorder: HDR-SR200. This created movies in 5.1 dolby format. - When I try to create a DVD using these files (stored as .mpg) I get the error stating that AC3 audio is not supported in this version.

 

Ofcourse, when I use the Sony provided software, no complaints. Except that its too simple, and doesnot solve most of my needs. Roxio is better - but for this issue (which prevents me from using this s/w).

 

Please let me know if you need more details.

 

Any help is highly appreciated.

 

Oh b.t.w, I installed (and rebooted after that), the ac3 filter, but the problem persists! Tried changing the project settings to use LPCM, but no luck!!

 

Thanks!

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Ok- I'm having the same issue. I have the same software for my video camera as well as the same program that came w/ my Dell. What did you end up doing? I want to use the Roxio for the DVD creation, I think it does more, but i want the sound as well> Not sure if I should upgrade or not? I got rid of my vista on the Dell and am using Windows XP. So...where should I go from here?

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