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I am using Creator 2010 on Win 7

 

I have created 4 Videos on another program and I am using Creator to combine these on 1 DVD with a 4 item menu.

The sound plays fine on my computer but when I try it on a DVD player there is no sound.

 

When I import these files Creator will not recognize the AUDIO_TS file as it has no content (as most do not) and unlike most projects I burn with other products the finished DVD has no AUDIO_TS file.

 

What is the problem here?

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I am using Creator 2010 on Win 7

 

I have created 4 Videos on another program and I am using Creator to combine these on 1 DVD with a 4 item menu.

The sound plays fine on my computer but when I try it on a DVD player there is no sound.

 

When I import these files Creator will not recognize the AUDIO_TS file as it has no content (as most do not) and unlike most projects I burn with other products the finished DVD has no AUDIO_TS file.

 

What is the problem here?

 

What format are the files you made on the other program? How long are the four videos combined?

 

Download and run gspot free codec checkerto see what the audio format is and if it is on your computer.

 

When you go to burn the DVD, burn (encode) to an ISO file (one of the three choices). Name it and set the place where you want it. After it finishes, play the ISO withVLC free player.

 

Please post your results.

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I ran G-spot and the program uses MPEG2 which is on my computer.

I played it in VLC and had sound, VLC is the program I previously used and as I said I have no sound problems on the computer just the DVD player

 

There is sound for the Roxio menu

I have tried both + and - discs

I have since tried both discs on a another cheap DVD player I have and it produces Audio but there is a constant pop on both just like you were playing a 33rpm record with a scratch.

Although the finished program will have 4 videos the test only has 2, 7 and 17 min.

Pro Show Producer is the program I am using

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I ran G-spot and the program uses MPEG2 which is on my computer.

I played it in VLC and had sound, VLC is the program I previously used and as I said I have no sound problems on the computer just the DVD player

 

There is sound for the Roxio menu

I have tried both + and - discs

I have since tried both discs on a another cheap DVD player I have and it produces Audio but there is a constant pop on both just like you were playing a 33rpm record with a scratch.

Although the finished program will have 4 videos the test only has 2, 7 and 17 min.

Pro Show Producer is the program I am using

 

Please clarify - you created an ISO file and then played it with VLC and there was sound. Is that correct?

 

You copied the ISO file to a disc using the application on the Home menu and now it doesn't have sound. or the sound has popping and other noise. Is that correct

 

What brand of discs are you using? I hope you are not using Memorex or anyu store brand. There is too much work invested to try to save a few pennies.

 

Does the disc play OK on your computer? Have you tried a different DVD player. We are narrowing it down and some things point to the DVD player.

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So, it is the crappy discs or the DVD player and of course not the program.

 

The 2 test discs were TDK and HP and not Memorex although I have probably burned 1000 movies on Memorex with an estimated 1% failure rate.

 

After trying the 2 test discs on 2 in use DVD players I tried a third never before used DVD player right out of the box... guess what... same thing.

 

The win 7 DVD maker program would not burn the Roxio created ISO program to disc.

 

The good news, I solved the problem, I used another program with success.

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First of all, HP do not make discs - they outsource to the cheapest bidder as does Memorex

 

Don't believe us? Go here and see what is said by a totally unrelated source

 

http://www.digitalfaq.com/reviews/dvd-media.htm

 

Who Really Makes the Disc?

 

Realize that most media is produced by a relatively small number of factories, located in several different places. These factories are mostly present in Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, China and India. There are more, but those are the largest ones. The best media generally comes from Japan, Taiwan and Singapore. The worst typically comes from China and Malaysia.

 

Understand that the blank disc brand means almost nothing. Apple is a great brand, but they do not make their own discs, instead outsourcing to a company like Mitsubishi Chemicals. Common companies like Memorex, Maxell and Imation all outsource to media vendors.

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So, it is the crappy discs or the DVD player and of course not the program.

 

The 2 test discs were TDK and HP and not Memorex although I have probably burned 1000 movies on Memorex with an estimated 1% failure rate.

 

After trying the 2 test discs on 2 in use DVD players I tried a third never before used DVD player right out of the box... guess what... same thing.

 

The win 7 DVD maker program would not burn the Roxio created ISO program to disc. The good news, I solved the problem, I used another program with success.

 

See emphasized text above. Whay did you try using that program? Did you use the copy ISO to disc application on the HOme menu? Something doesn't sound right in your posts.

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Digital Gru, I did as requested produce an ISO file and tested it on VLC, with success as previously stated.

 

Burn with the HOme menu was not requested at that time, if it was I would have asked as I do now what is the "HOme menu" and what does it have to do with burning DVD's

 

Possibly someone in the "things to do" department of Roxio may read this and Roxio is no different than it's competitor in this department.

When I do a slide show (and I use a different program than Roxio) I like to include all of the photos I have taken for the project not just the ones in the presentation in a seperate folder. In create DVD you can add the video but nothing else.

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Digital Gru, I did as requested produce an ISO file and tested it on VLC, with success as previously stated.

 

Burn with the HOme menu was not requested at that time, if it was I would have asked as I do now what is the "HOme menu" and what does it have to do with burning DVD's

 

Possibly someone in the "things to do" department of Roxio may read this and Roxio is no different than it's competitor in this department.

When I do a slide show (and I use a different program than Roxio) I like to include all of the photos I have taken for the project not just the ones in the presentation in a seperate folder. In create DVD you can add the video but nothing else.

 

Drop the 'tude. It sounds like you are familiar with another program and are trying to use your knowledge of that program to run this one. Take the time to learn this program.

 

You are wrong on both counts. The Home Menu is really a Home Application. One of those applications is "Burn Disc Image". I don't have Creator 2010 loaded but here is Creator 2011; it should be in the same place.

 

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There are two ways of adding images to a DVD. Here is one way. The other way is to make a folder set rather than an ISO and then copy the folder set and everything else you want onto the disc. Use Creator Classic (Burn Data disc advanced). There is also a way of adding a folder to an ISO file before you burn it to a disc. Search for it. The poster may come here and give you a link.

 

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