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No Audio After Burning Dvd



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I have the latest version of perian. I am running OS X Mountain Lion.I was wondering if Toast 9 had codecs that could be downloaded. I will check if the latest version of perian supports A52 codec.

There are no audio codecs for Toast. It uses the ones in the QuickTime Library.

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So does that mean if I can't open the video file with QT I probably will not be able to make a dvd with good audio and video?

My statement was too extreme. Toast, for instance, can handle FLAC. It can read and write MPEG 2 without Apple's component. So there are some codecs built in. But there are no add ons. If Toast can't recognize something then you need to find a third-party codec that will help Toast. This, for instance, is the case with some Final Cut Pro codecs.

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