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Roxio Toast Titanium 11- No Sound With Burned Dvd


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I also have no sound on my DVD of a .mov video. In the preview of the project before I burn it, there is sound, but not after I burn the project and play it in a standard DVD player. Any suggestions? Thank you.

I don't know why that would happen with a .mov file. How does Toast describe the audio in its window (in small type just below the name of the video)? If it doesn't describe any audio then open the .mov in QuickTime Player and look at how it describes the audio codec.

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With all due respect as well as much appreciation to the wisdom of tsantee, the stock answer for this problem seems to be to install Perian codec. However, Perian has shut down it's development (it can still be downloaded). In any event, it doesn't seem to work, despite repeated attempts to replace the current version on my computer with another. Nor does clearing Preference files in both Libraries (Mac). Neither does using TOAST 11, which has this same result of no audio as earlier versions of TOAST. Of course, in the edited version (accessible before burning the DVD), the audio works fine.

 

Sadly, although Roxio's sales rep was convincing that purchasing TOAST 11 would solve this "no audio after burning DVD" problem, alas this has proven to be not true.

 

In my case, details are: Apple Intermediate Codec, 1440x1080, 25 fps, Audio: 16-bit Stereo, 48000 Hz. Output Summary: Video - MPEG-2, 4.0 Mbps (8.0 Mbps max). Audio - Solby Stereo, 192 kbps

 

Anyone have any other ideas? Thx very much for any suggestions, including to tsantee.

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With all due respect & appreciation to the wisdom of tsantee, the stock answer for this problem seems to be to install perian codec. However, perian has shut down it's development (- it can still be downloaded). In any event, it doesn't seem to work, despite repeated attempts to replace it. Nor does clearing Preference files in Library (Mac). Neither does using TOAST 11, which has this same result of no audio in earlier versions of TOAST. Of course, in the edit version, the audio works fine.

 

In my case, details are: Apple Intermediate Codec, 1440x1080, 25 fps, Audio: 16-bit Stereo, 48000 Hz. Output Summary: Video - MPEG-2, 4.0 Mbps (8.0 Mbps max). Audio - Solby Stereo, 192 kbps

 

Anyone have any other ideas? Thx very much including to tsantee.

Perian wouldn't make any difference with that video. It provides the codec necessary to decode AC-3 audio that is in some .avi videos, which is where it does some good.

 

There's no reason you shouldn't get audio from your source video. You are having Toast make a video DVD. Are you saying that playing that DVD results in no audio? The reason I'm asking is that some users think the absence of any files in the AUDIO_TS folder means there is no audio on the disc. But the AUDIO_TS folder is always empty. The audio is multiplexed with the video the VOBs in the VIDEO_TS folder.

 

I'm very puzzled if there is no audio during playback of your DVD.

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tsantee, on 23 February 2013 - 07:19 AM, said:

 

Perian wouldn't make any difference with that video. It provides the codec necessary to decode AC-3 audio that is in some .avi videos, which is where it does some good.

 

There's no reason you shouldn't get audio from your source video. You are having Toast make a video DVD. Are you saying that playing that DVD results in no audio? The reason I'm asking is that some users think the absence of any files in the AUDIO_TS folder means there is no audio on the disc. But the AUDIO_TS folder is always empty. The audio is multiplexed with the video the VOBs in the VIDEO_TS folder.

 

I'm very puzzled if there is no audio during playback of your DVD.

 

 

Appreciate your response, tsantee. Yes, playing the DVD results in no audio. Agree that it is strange as well as puzzling. I can't seem to find a clue in researching this online, either on this forum or otherwise. Understand that the AUDIO_TS folder is always empty.

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