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That speaker icon is for the native audio, Jim.

If 'native audio' is what you are calling the audio that plays while the menu is running, then yes.

 

The poster is asking about menu audio. You can mute it or you can replace it, but if the Remove Audio is grey, it is because there is no audio to remove!

 

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If 'native audio' is what you are calling the audio that plays while the menu is running, then yes.

 

The poster is asking about menu audio. You can mute it or you can replace it, but if the Remove Audio is grey, it is because there is no audio to remove!

 

Native audio is on the video that you have in your production. Clicking on that speaker icon wil mute it.

 

The menu audio is the annoying audio that plays when you put your DVD in your player. You have no audio playing, when you put it in your DVD player, if you click on the "remove menu audio", or you can replace the Roxio audio, with an audio file that you have, on your computer.

 

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Native audio is on the video that you have in your production. Clicking on that speaker icon wil mute it.

 

The menu audio is the annoying audio that plays when you put your DVD in your player. You have no audio playing, when you put it in your DVD player, if you click on the "remove menu audio", or you can replace the Roxio audio, with an audio file that you have, on your computer.

Well I don't know what to tell you… I Mute the audio with that little speaker in V8, 9, 10 and 2009 and my native audio is just fine but there is no elevator music in any of my menus.

 

Doesn't yours work that way?

 

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Well I don't know what to tell you… I Mute the audio with that little speaker in V8, 9, 10 and 2009 and my native audio is just fine but there is no elevator music in any of my menus.

 

Doesn't yours work that way?

 

Mine works like yours Jim.

That little speaker icon mutes the "menu" audio while playing. It has nothing to do with the native audio on the main video. In fact it does not even show up when you are in the edit movie mode. I don't even know if it also mutes the menu audio for the burned DVD or is it just while playing in the myDVD program

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Ooh! Sorry, my bad! In VideoWave, that same speaker icon mutes the native audio.

 

I have no idea why I was thinking VideoWave, when the OP was clearly talking about MyDVD. :(:(

 

Again, I am sorry about that.

 

BTW, where is "Remove Menu Audio" in MyDVD? I know the speaker icon kills it, but I don't see the remove menu audio button.

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Ooh! Sorry, my bad! In VideoWave, that same speaker icon mutes the native audio.

 

I have no idea why I was thinking VideoWave, when the OP was clearly talking about MyDVD. :(:(

 

Again, I am sorry about that.

 

BTW, where is "Remove Menu Audio" in MyDVD? I know the speaker icon kills it, but I don't see the remove menu audio button.

Off the DVD Menu button:

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Thanks, Tom. I found it, right after I posted. Mine is greyed out, like the OP's is, even if I click on the movie. Strange.

That sounds odd. What other buttons, if any are greyed out?

 

Also, like Jess suggested in his initial post, a workaround would be to change the audio to a dead air wav file.

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That sounds odd. What other buttons, if any are greyed out?

 

Also, like Jess suggested in his initial post, a workaround would be to change the audio to a dead air wav file.

 

That button is propabgly grayed out if there is no audio for the menu :rolleyes:

 

Launch myDVD and without adding a movie, select DVDMenu and then Remove Menu Audio and the button becomes greyed out. "set Menu" audio to add some audio for the menu and the button is enabled again

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That button is propabgly grayed out if there is no audio for the menu :rolleyes:

 

Launch myDVD and without adding a movie, select DVDMenu and then Remove Menu Audio and the button becomes greyed out. "set Menu" audio to add some audio for the menu and the button is enabled again

 

 

The default movie theater menu, in EMC 10 does have audio though. I just checked again, and the button is not greyed out! Strange.

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The default movie theater menu, in EMC 10 does have audio though. I just checked again, and the button is not greyed out! Strange.

 

What is strange :unsure: For me it's behaving exactly as it should.

 

I don't think the OP ever mentioned what menu he is using.

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