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Audio Problems With Mod And Mts Files - Split From Hijacked And Solved Thread


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I use Creator 12 and Creator NXT. I upload video recordings from two separate cameras. Once produces .MOD files, and the other produces .MTS files. Up until recently, I was able to use Video Trimmer under Videowave without problems. But starting a few weeks ago, there is no audio in the Video Trimmer - just video - using either Creator 12 or NXT. Everything works fine under Videowave itself... it's just the Video Trimmer where there's no audio. This is a major problem for me. Roxio doesn't seem to give a care as they won't even respond to my requests for information. I use Windows 7, 64-bit on both computers. Note: Normal mpeg files work fine under Video Trimmer; but, when I use Roxio to convert a .MOD file to mpeg2, same problem! Does anybody know if Microsoft put out any updates that might have caused this? I don't believe that Roxio has put out any updates recently.

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Just a background question please, why are you using the video trimmer rather than the split and delete method? The only real difference is that the trimmer will trim shorter than 10 frames (1/3 of a second at 30 fps).

 

There was a video trimmer problem awhile back that was never solved but did resolve itself. It may be related to Windows updates. In that case, the preview screen was black with no video display. I have not heard of an audio issue with trimmer.

 

If Copy and Convert does fix the issue, then a third party converter might be the answer. Several of them will do batch convert. I use "Any Video Converter". It is free. Posting this brand name is not a recommendation; just an example of the type of program.

 

If that doesn't work, please try posting a 5 second or so video taken directly from the camera. You might point it at a wall and talk. You could try posting it to a file sharing site like "UpForDown" so that we can play with it.

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I have found a way to make this work. In the past, I always used to double-click the video segment in Videowave to bring up the Trimmer. I'm not sure what changed (Videowave? Windows 7?), but using that method results in no audio as I described. Instead of doing that, I clicked on the Trimmer tool (little pair of scissors icon) and everything worked as it is supposed to. End of problem.

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