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When I create videos in EMC 10 then replay them in the VLC player, for some reason the audio can only be heard if I switch the player to Audio Track 2. How can I make the video store the audio track in Track 1? Thanks.

 

Do you plan to only play them on your computer? Do they play on a TV connected player?

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Do you plan to only play them on your computer? Do they play on a TV connected player?

We usually play them from our laptop connected to a projector to show the movie on a large screen. The only way we've been able to get sound was to play it in VLC and select track 2. We have also sent it to colleagues who tried to play it on a Mac for their presentation, and they could get no sound at all--they were never able to select a track 2 with their software. We need to know how to make Videowave save the audio to track 1, but can find no place in the software to make that selection. Thanks for any help you can give!

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We usually play them from our laptop connected to a projector to show the movie on a large screen. The only way we've been able to get sound was to play it in VLC and select track 2. We have also sent it to colleagues who tried to play it on a Mac for their presentation, and they could get no sound at all--they were never able to select a track 2 with their software. We need to know how to make Videowave save the audio to track 1, but can find no place in the software to make that selection. Thanks for any help you can give!

 

Just to double check. Are you using Easy Media Creator 10 which is 4 plus years and versions behind the current version or are you using Creator 10.X (2 letter designationlike DE)? Some of the OEM versions were crippled when it came to audio. Did you ever have one of these work correctly?

 

I''ve heard of this only once before and I don't remember much about it. I can't find that thread so it won't be much help.

 

Please provide more infrormation using this as a guide. I'm not sluffing you off but there is too much information that is needed to make a guess.

 

Where did you get the video? Are you making a data disc? If so, what is the video format? Are you making a Video disc? Have you tried playing the disc with CinePlayer or WMV? Have you updated VLC? Hoiw did you know that it would work on track 2? The Mac may not have the right codecs to play the file if it is just a data disc. Did they try to play it with VLC also?

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Just to double check. Are you using Easy Media Creator 10 which is 4 plus years and versions behind the current version or are you using Creator 10.X (2 letter designationlike DE)? Some of the OEM versions were crippled when it came to audio. Did you ever have one of these work correctly?

 

I''ve heard of this only once before and I don't remember much about it. I can't find that thread so it won't be much help.

 

Please provide more infrormation using this as a guide. I'm not sluffing you off but there is too much information that is needed to make a guess.

 

Where did you get the video? Are you making a data disc? If so, what is the video format? Are you making a Video disc? Have you tried playing the disc with CinePlayer or WMV? Have you updated VLC? Hoiw did you know that it would work on track 2? The Mac may not have the right codecs to play the file if it is just a data disc. Did they try to play it with VLC also?

I'm actually out of the country and will need to reply after I get back to the computer I do that work on, so I will continue this discussion later. Thanks!

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