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Video [?] Copy And Convert Problems


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Tryed 2 different dvd players

Sound plays in trim area and dvd plays and sounds fine in wmp.

Is compilation of multiple DVD's, but even if i only grab 1 video and burn it still does

not have audio on dvd players.

 

This happens to me also using "Video Copy & Convert". Seems any program I can find on 3 different pc's have had no problems playing back both the audio and video portion of copied DVD. If I try to then play the copied DVD on 3 different DVD players in the house I get video and no audio. Here's what I've disected. Using "Video Copy & Convert" on the original source shows mulitple language options, I left the default of all selected. After the copy is complete it plays back on the pc fine but any audio options in the program is dimmed out as if there is no other audio available. I then opened "Video Copy & Convert" as if I was about to now make a copy of the copy. Now it's showing no available audio options. Folks there is some form of audio on this copied DVD but there is no doubt that it is not a true copy of the master as options selected to do so. The program might have a work around but it's flawed and fails. How on earth this got past beta testing should be embarassing to Roxy.

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Ken: What is the source of these DVD's?

 

What are the 'audio options' you are referring to after burning?

 

I have used VCC many times and never encountered a problem like this.

 

Unprotected DVD source material. Under language options all available are checked by default and I leave them alone. English, Frech, Spanish, and subtitles. It's Dolby Digital 6.1 AC3. I also use a program called 1<deleted> and this program has no trouble with the audio that VCC has. It's strange to me that after a copy with VCC no program on my computer detects the presence of audio tracks on the copied disk but somehow audio plays on the pc but not in any dvd player I tried. I couldn't even determine what type of audio track was recorded when nothing indicates the presence of audio.

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Unprotected DVD source material. Under language options all available are checked by default and I leave them alone. English, Frech, Spanish, and subtitles. It's Dolby Digital 6.1 AC3. I also use a program called 1<deleted> and this program has no trouble with the audio that VCC has. It's strange to me that after a copy with VCC no program on my computer detects the presence of audio tracks on the copied disk but somehow audio plays on the pc but not in any dvd player I tried. I couldn't even determine what type of audio track was recorded when nothing indicates the presence of audio.

 

 

Ken,

 

Sounds like copying a commercial DVD movie?

 

Roxio products won't do it because most parts of this World it's illegal.

 

Talk of copying commercial DVD movies on this forum is not allowed..

 

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This happens to me also using "Video Copy & Convert". Seems any program I can find on 3 different pc's have had no problems playing back both the audio and video portion of copied DVD. If I try to then play the copied DVD on 3 different DVD players in the house I get video and no audio

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It's Dolby Digital 6.1 AC3.

 

Ken,

 

What name and version number of the Roxio software do you have?

 

Are you using "Video Copy & Convert" like you say, or are you really using Roxio Copy & Convert 3.

Video Copy and Convert is the confusing new name which has been given to the part of Roxio software suites which used to be called Disc Copier, while Copy & Convert 3 is an old stand-alone suitelet from a couple of years back.

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Copy and Convert 3, like most of the cut-down and OEM versions of Roxio suites, has AC3 audio deliberately disabled because it's one of the most popular audio codecs and the sales department wants you to buy the full version where it is not disabled.

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