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I too am experiencing this problem when I author my HD-DVD on DVD. Video but no sound!

 

Perian has been previously installed and is latest version.

 

The same file authored in Boot Camp using Ulead's DVD MovieFactory 6 Plus plays fine with sound.

 

What's missing in Toast 9? [Toast 10 of course has it's HD-DVD ability clipped]

 

Playback is done on a Samsung Hybrid HD-DVD/Blu-ray player

 

File origin is:

 

Type: MPEG program stream

 

Duration: 0:52:45

Data Size: 4.37 GB

Bit Rate: 11.85 Mbps

 

Video Tracks:

224 MPEG-2, 1920 × 1080, 16:9, 29.97 fps, 18.20 Mbps, upper field first

 

Audio Tracks:

128 AC3 3/2, 48 kHz, 384 kbps

 

 

The thing here is that I'm able to burn said file correctly using ULEAD's DVD Movie Factory 6 Plus to create

a HD-DVD on DVD-DL.

 

I want to use Roxio Toast 9 HD because of its ability to adjust the Avg Bit Rate resulting in a slightly smaller file that would fit onto a reg DVD-R.

 

Yes, while the 'Data Size' shown above would lead one to think that it might fit onto a DVD-R, it doesn't due to overheads in creating the HD-DVD on DVD-R.

 

I've a feeling that this has something to do with the way Toast is utilizing QT which doesn't play-back AC3 audio? While this seems to have been solved for peeps creating DVDs with AVIs originating files just by installing Perian, what can I do with my .mpg file here to overcome this No-Audio issue?

 

Thank you in anticipation for your help!

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