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When either burning MOV files to DVD (in MYDVD) created with my Canon digital SLR) or converting them to smaller files the audio plays back for the first few seconds then drops out entirely. The MOV files play fine in Quicktime but not in either DVD's or files created in the Roxio Creator 2011. All the settings seem correct. Anybody have a solution?

 

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When either burning MOV files to DVD (in MYDVD) created with my Canon digital SLR) or converting them to smaller files the audio plays back for the first few seconds then drops out entirely. The MOV files play fine in Quicktime but not in either DVD's or files created in the Roxio Creator 2011. All the settings seem correct. Anybody have a solution?

 

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Yes, the issue you are experiencing often happens when digital cameras are used as camcorders. You will need to convert the mov file to another format.

 

1) The first thing to try is to change the mov extension to mp4. Set Windows to show known file extensions, right click on the file and then change the extension. You may get a warning but don't worry about it. See if you can add the mp4 file to Video Wave and get the audio throughout.

 

2) If that doesn't work, you will need to convert the file using a third party program. Unfortunately Video Copy and Convert does not convert mov files. go to cnet .com and search for a free mov to mpg2 (or similar) converter. There are lots of them. Do the conversion and then add that converted file to VideoWave

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Yes, the issue you are experiencing often happens when digital cameras are used as camcorders. You will need to convert the mov file to another format.

 

1) The first thing to try is to change the mov extension to mp4. Set Windows to show known file extensions, right click on the file and then change the extension. You may get a warning but don't worry about it. See if you can add the mp4 file to Video Wave and get the audio throughout.

 

2) If that doesn't work, you will need to convert the file using a third party program. Unfortunately Video Copy and Convert does not convert mov files. go to cnet .com and search for a free mov to mpg2 (or similar) converter. There are lots of them. Do the conversion and then add that converted file to VideoWave

 

Thanks. I'll give it a try.

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