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Cineplayer - No talking, only soundtrack on DVD


Loneriver

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I have been having issues lately trying to burn DVDs using EMC10 MyDVD. I was getting the "image failed to write" errors.

 

I have tried a lot of things and started going down the path of checking if the actual DVD writer is functional. Now I have discovered another problem I am trying to solve.

 

When I put in a commercial Disney dvd and play it on my computer I get the video as well as the soundtrack music behind the movie. I do not, however, hear any of the dialogue. I tried to play the dvd on 2 different drives in my pc. I also tried playing it using Cineplayer from EMC10, Windows Media Player, and RealPlayer. All give the same result.

 

Seem like this is some type of system-wide audio problem and not specific to a player or piece of software. Any ideas? Thanks.

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I have been having issues lately trying to burn DVDs using EMC10 MyDVD. I was getting the "image failed to write" errors.

 

I have tried a lot of things and started going down the path of checking if the actual DVD writer is functional. Now I have discovered another problem I am trying to solve.

 

When I put in a commercial Disney dvd and play it on my computer I get the video as well as the soundtrack music behind the movie. I do not, however, hear any of the dialogue. I tried to play the dvd on 2 different drives in my pc. I also tried playing it using Cineplayer from EMC10, Windows Media Player, and RealPlayer. All give the same result.

 

Seem like this is some type of system-wide audio problem and not specific to a player or piece of software. Any ideas? Thanks.

 

Does it play correctly in a stand-alone DVD player through your TV?

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Do other commercial DVDs play on the computer?

 

There was a notorious case some time back where a Sony CD locked everything up when played in a computer (no real problem for PCs if you had a paperclip, but a nightmare for Mac users who had to bring their machines to the service agent to get the CD out)

 

Disney may have done something to the disc to render it unusable on computers

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