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Burned Dvd Without Sound


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I've just created my first dvd using the Edit Video with Videowave Creator 9. When I "preview" my movie in Burn with My Video Express button, I can hear the Music - sound track.

After burning the disk, I play in my dvd player on the tv, surprise NO SOUND. What am I doing wrong, or just not doing?

 

Help me please, this is a memorial video for my mother that just passed 9/11. Services are this Friday and I'll be traveling Thursday. Thanks in advance, Jackie

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Thank you for your reply.

I ran home on lunch to try and figure this out.

 

I do have the retail version, I purchase this Roxio Creator Suite 9 from Costso. I had Best Buy remove the Roxio that was on my "Windows Vista Home Premium" system so it would not effect the install.

 

When I go into "project Settings" before burning the disk, I have under audio selection:

Dolby Digital AC3 circle checked.

There is also

MPEG and LPCM sections avail. Do you think I should try one of them?

 

Back to work, thanks

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Thank you for your reply.

I ran home on lunch to try and figure this out.

 

I do have the retail version, I purchase this Roxio Creator Suite 9 from Costso. I had Best Buy remove the Roxio that was on my "Windows Vista Home Premium" system so it would not effect the install.

 

When I go into "project Settings" before burning the disk, I have under audio selection:

Dolby Digital AC3 circle checked.

There is also

MPEG and LPCM sections avail. Do you think I should try one of them?

 

Back to work, thanks

Yes by all means try them!!! Some Players seem to respond to the LPCM.

 

If you have an RW disc to play with I would try it with both the MPEG as well as the LPCM.

 

Let us know…

 

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