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Adding Avi File To Mydvd, Produced Dvd Has No Audio


tmmatheny

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Neither the burned DVD or the preview within My DVD has no audio.

However, the AVI file plays fine in WMP10? I have done this before with other AVI files with no problem! However, the properties of the AVI file do not specify Audio format, while on another AVI file I have burned successfully, it states it is MPEG Layer-3. :)

 

Neither the burned DVD or the preview within My DVD has no audio.

However, the AVI file plays fine in WMP10? I have done this before with other AVI files with no problem! However, the properties of the AVI file do not specify Audio format, while on another AVI file I have burned successfully, it states it is MPEG Layer-3. :huh:

 

 

No audio in VideoWave either!

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Yes, it tells me your avi file is the xvid format and you need to be sure you have the xvid and ac3 codecs on your system. You might first try installing the AC3 filter to see if that helps.

 

I am having the same problem. I have all the codecs, the dvd has no audio on any player. This has happened on 3 different clips. Is there a setting on the software I need to check?

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I am having the same problem. I have all the codecs, the dvd has no audio on any player. This has happened on 3 different clips. Is there a setting on the software I need to check?

How do you know you have the correct codecs installed? Did you try Gspot? What is the file type you are using?

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I, too have basically the same problem. I have an mpg file that plays fine (video and audio) when I use Windows Media Player. When I load it into EMC and burn a DVD, there is no sound (when I preview the file in EMC there is no sound either). I do not understand why WMP has the proper CODEC to play the sound and EMC does not. Can someone explain this?

 

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I, too have basically the same problem. I have an mpg file that plays fine (video and audio) when I use Windows Media Player. When I load it into EMC and burn a DVD, there is no sound (when I preview the file in EMC there is no sound either). I do not understand why WMP has the proper CODEC to play the sound and EMC does not. Can someone explain this?

 

Rick

I don't have a clue. I know very little about codecs except what I needed to work on my system. At one time I googled to learn all the info I could about it and gave up since only Polynesian monks in a cloistered shrine have enough free time to read it all. I get dizzy just figuring out how many codecs there are with more each month. However I do know that my sound card is up to date with it's drivers and that has helped my problems.

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I do not understand why WMP has the proper CODEC to play the sound and EMC does not. Can someone explain this?
I don't pretend to understand it, but just because a codec is installed doesn't mean that an application will use it. Technically , yes, they could. Because of the way Microsoft has implemented video/audio codecs, each application can either use the system codecs or install their own. Because of licensing and patents, most companies install their own or license from a third party. Just another pretty mess created by Microsoft.
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Try downloading Gspot and see what it tells you the codecs are. It will also show if you have the correct ones on your system.

 

Well, shows I have 3 codecs that support the video format installed, and 2 compatible codecs for the audio!

Says video is xvid, audio is ac3 - does that tell you anything as to why it doesn't work?

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Well, shows I have 3 codecs that support the video format installed, and 2 compatible codecs for the audio!

Says video is xvid, audio is ac3 - does that tell you anything as to why it doesn't work?

Yes, it tells me your avi file is the xvid format and you need to be sure you have the xvid and ac3 codecs on your system. You might first try installing the AC3 filter to see if that helps.

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