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I am trying to make video DVDs and video blurays. I have all the necessary software toast 9 and 10 and plugins for both. I have an IMAC and external pioneer bluray writer. For some reason any video disc I make the picture works fine and everything on any dvd player but the AUDIO is non-existent, THERE IS NO AUDIO AT ALL. Ive even used BURN as anothe program for making normal dvd videos with the same files and the audio on these work. Its odd because my toast 9 and toast 10 im having the same exact issues. WHAT CAN I DO???

 

Again the video is clear and nice but there is no audio at all my setting have DD-192mhz as default.

 

PLEASE HELP!!

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I don't know what the audio format is in your source video file, but oftentimes missing audio can be fixed by installing the perian codec available free at perian.org. You will need to start the project over in Toast after installing perian.

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I installed that yet still playing the DVD on my ps3 and other bluray players the sound is not working. Do you know any other good programs to make Bluray video DVDs from .ts files??

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I installed that yet still playing the DVD on my ps3 and other bluray players the sound is not working. Do you know any other good programs to make Bluray video DVDs from .ts files??

Did you start from scratch with Toast after installing Perian? Did Toast go through the encoding stage again?

 

What are the audio specs of your source files? This is described in the Toast window after you add the source video to the window.

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Here is the steps I have taken in order:

 

I download a movie from a server that I havent seen in years and I wanted to put it on a dvd-r or bluray if its the right type of file. Lets say the file is Gone with the wind in mpg.

 

After download it I drag it into the dvd-video section. I pop in a DVD-r into my internal DVDR in my IMAC (If im making a bluray I have an external Pioneer for that). Just click burn and thats it. The settings of roxio are in default. PICTURE is great on dvd and bluray but sound is not even existent??

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Here is the steps I have taken in order:

 

I download a movie from a server that I havent seen in years and I wanted to put it on a dvd-r or bluray if its the right type of file. Lets say the file is Gone with the wind in mpg.

 

After download it I drag it into the dvd-video section. I pop in a DVD-r into my internal DVDR in my IMAC (If im making a bluray I have an external Pioneer for that). Just click burn and thats it. The settings of roxio are in default. PICTURE is great on dvd and bluray but sound is not even existent??

It should be working okay. How does Toast describe the specs of the .mpg in the Toast window? I'm particularly interested in the audio specs. Also, since this is happening with video DVD as well as Blu-ray, drag the VIDEO_TS folder from the burned DVD to the Video window with DVD video selected as the format. The titles from the DVD will appear in the window. What does Toast describe as its audio specs?

 

After Toast completes its encoding stage is there a .ac3 or .mpg file in the Roxio Converted Items folder?

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