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Avi File Burns Without Sound


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Hi,

 

I'm trying to burn an avi file to DVD on an Intel Mac using Toast 9 but all I get is a DVD without sound. I've downloaded and installed A52 Codec Universal for Quicktime, as recommended elsewhere but still no joy! I would be grateful of any advice.

 

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Mark

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While I think that codec should have solved the problem, download and install perian instead available at www.perian.org.

 

Make sure the Roxio Converted Items folder is empty before starting over with re-encoding.

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I'll bet some on this board could guess this was coming. :-)

 

 

Try DivXWMAConverter:

http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/19676

 

You can process your original video with DivXWMAConverter first (try it even if it is not a DivX file), and then use the "fixed" file in your Toast project.

 

In fact, I've had some instances where an AVI file _already_ had an mp3 soundtrack, but a DVD burned with the file had no sound (both DivX and DVD-video format). After processing the AVI file with DivXWMAConverter, the problem was solved.

 

Worth a try.

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