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DVD audio missing in one spot

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Using MyDVD 9 I removed selected sections from a large (7 Gig) mpeg file captured from a video source using a WINTV-PVR 250 card. When I burned the DVD the sound is gone for about 4 minutes in the middle of playback. When I review the edited MYDVD project the soundless DVD portion plays fine but is an entire storyline section with a deleted portion in front and in back of it. I have many similar edits throughout the project that work. There are no sound overlays or exotic edits to the project. Has anyone else had this problem? Is there some parameter that could have turned the sound off for this storyline segment? How can I restore the deleted portion in front and in back of this segment and see if the sound returns?

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Using MyDVD 9 I removed selected sections from a large (7 Gig) mpeg file captured from a video source using a WINTV-PVR 250 card. When I burned the DVD the sound is gone for about 4 minutes in the middle of playback. When I review the edited MYDVD project the soundless DVD portion plays fine but is an entire storyline section with a deleted portion in front and in back of it. I have many similar edits throughout the project that work. There are no sound overlays or exotic edits to the project. Has anyone else had this problem? Is there some parameter that could have turned the sound off for this storyline segment? How can I restore the deleted portion in front and in back of this segment and see if the sound returns?

IF it works in MyDVD preview, does it work if/when you prepare your DVD to hard drive? IF so, then does it work on a DVD played using your PC after being burned to disc using Copy? The 1st test would determine if MyDVD is having problems or screwing up -- the 2nd test would determine if possibly the brand of media is incompatible.

 

I have had captured video/audio files that were screwed up in a place or two... If you suspect the source might be the problem [i.e. your DVD didn't play properly from your hdd], I've had some luck re-encoding or converting just the bad portion, and then replacing that part of the original section.

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