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myDVD 9 Audio question


katoman

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I have MYDVD 9 Studio running on XP I can not get the audio to play either in videowave or mydvd application using a mpeg file. When I play the file in Windows Media 10, no problem with hearing the audio. I have changed the project setting to mpeg and to LCPM no luck. I checked the Native box, turned up the volume, nothing. Any ideas? Some of the files do play and burn with sound and others do not, so I am not sure why some would play sound an others dont

 

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Hello

 

I have MYDVD 9 Studio running on XP I can not get the audio to play either in videowave or mydvd application using a mpeg file. When I play the file in Windows Media 10, no problem with hearing the audio. I have changed the project setting to mpeg and to LCPM no luck. I checked the Native box, turned up the volume, nothing. Any ideas? Some of the files do play and burn with sound and others do not, so I am not sure why some would play sound an others dont

 

thanks

Download a copy of Gspot and import your file and see what it tells you about your audio. You might just need to download a codec such as AC3.

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Hello

 

I have MYDVD 9 Studio running on XP I can not get the audio to play either in videowave or mydvd application using a mpeg file. When I play the file in Windows Media 10, no problem with hearing the audio. I have changed the project setting to mpeg and to LCPM no luck. I checked the Native box, turned up the volume, nothing. Any ideas? Some of the files do play and burn with sound and others do not, so I am not sure why some would play sound an others dont

 

thanks

You might run into issues if you're trying to use 5.1 ac3.

 

In addition to the recommended Gspot, media info might help, and you can get a quick idea just going to File -> Properties in wmplayer.

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