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i made a dvd with 8 menus (1 with music), 4 movies, 14 slideshow (some with music).

this is not the first DVD i made on that system.

the files i always decode with procoder canopus- movies:M2V AC3, music: WAV\MP3.

 

the problem is when i try to do simulate. the menu work fine but the movies the slideshow with music and menu with music have the next error:

 

"the software that's used to decode the media is not available on this system.

Installing the correct decoders for the files you are working with may help to correct the problem."

 

if the problem is codecs it will really help if someone would give me a link to download.

 

thanking in advance

dror

 

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i made a dvd with 8 menus (1 with music), 4 movies, 14 slideshow (some with music).

this is not the first DVD i made on that system.

the files i always decode with procoder canopus- movies:M2V AC3, music: WAV\MP3.

 

the problem is when i try to do simulate. the menu work fine but the movies the slideshow with music and menu with music have the next error:

 

"the software that's used to decode the media is not available on this system.

Installing the correct decoders for the files you are working with may help to correct the problem."

 

if the problem is codecs it will really help if someone would give me a link to download.

 

thanking in advance

dror

 

 

you can't have ac3 and wav or mp3 in the same project, mp3 is not allowed at all

 

convert your wav to ac3 and all will be well

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you can't have ac3 and wav or mp3 in the same project, mp3 is not allowed at all

 

convert your wav to ac3 and all will be well

 

 

1. the MP3\wav is on the menu and slideshow background.

AC3 can not be convert without a video.

2. In the past I already make A dvd that had AC3 and wav at the same project.

 

i guess its not the problem.

 

 

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