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Emc 10 Ate My Audio


JosephMo

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I used a Panasonic VHS-DVD burner deck to create DVDs out of my old VHS tapes. When I play the DVD in my PC using Windows Media Center, I get video and audio fine. When I used EMC 10 to import the video to my PC (I chose saving to MPEG), and I try to play it back, the audio is missing. I just started using EMC 10, so I'm guessing this is a newbie error. Suggestions are appreciated.

 

PS: I tried the obvious: playing the DVD in the same DVD drive I'm using to copy the media from, I tried playing it in a regular DVD player, etc. and both video and audio are fine. I also checked, and the PC's audio output is fine.

 

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I used a Panasonic VHS-DVD burner deck to create DVDs out of my old VHS tapes. When I play the DVD in my PC using Windows Media Center, I get video and audio fine. When I used EMC 10 to import the video to my PC (I chose saving to MPEG), and I try to play it back, the audio is missing. I just started using EMC 10, so I'm guessing this is a newbie error. Suggestions are appreciated.

 

PS: I tried the obvious: playing the DVD in the same DVD drive I'm using to copy the media from, I tried playing it in a regular DVD player, etc. and both video and audio are fine. I also checked, and the PC's audio output is fine.

 

Joseph

 

What are the file types on the DVD? If there are .vob files, just copy the DVD to a folder on your hard drive, open VideoWave, click on the Add Photo/Video, and browse to the Video_TS folder, in the folder you saved the files to, click on first .vob file, then click on open. You will get a prompt, which has boxes to the left of Movie 1, Movie 2, etc. Click in each of those boxes, then click OK.

 

After the movie(s) come in, click the play button in the Preview screen, and see if you have sound.

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