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Videowave Production Plays With Sound, But Burned Copy Has Sound Issues

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I created a production in videowave that plays on the PC flawlessly. The mt2s files used in the production are from a Sony HD camcorder. When we burn the DVD and play on the TV, one jazz performance plays with sound and then suddenly the sound cuts out for the remainder of the DVD. This has occurred on 3 different jazz productions/DVDs that we have created. I have, however, successfully created HD productions that play flawlessly on the PC and on the TV as well with the same software and file types. Seems to me it is a burn issue? Suggestion? I am thinking of taking the ISO file onto a thumb drive and burning on my old Dell PC, running windows XP. My current PC is an HP with windows 8.1. I use Creator NXT. Thank you for your time.

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So it is only the DVD Movie authored discs that are spotty???

 

If that is the case you might want to try switching to LPCM for audio:

 

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But there are other things as well, low quality media, putting more than an hour on a standard DVD...

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You posted in blu ray and AVCHD. Are you trying to make one of those types of disc?

 

You mention ISO file. Are you making an ISO file (or folder set) and then burning one of those to a disc?

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Yes, we are making AVCHD DVDs. We are creating the ISO file at the same time as burning the disc (that is a default setting, I think). We then pull out the burned AVCHD disc and play in the TV, and the sounds begins for the first song, and then sound suddenly stops and the video continues on in silence. It is a 30 minute high school jazz program. At about 6 minutes, sound disappears. This happens on three other, different, high school band DVD AVCHD video productions that I have created. The productions play fine on the PC, but they have the same sound issue when played on TV. I have made other AVCHD DVD productions that play fine, with sound, on the PC and on the TV. Maybe it is the cheap media - memorex I think they are. I will try the setting change tonight.

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MEMOREX - AGGGGGHHHHH! Actually they are good to line the bottom of your garbage pail !

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Yes, we are making AVCHD DVDs. We are creating the ISO file at the same time as burning the disc (that is a default setting, I think). We then pull out the burned AVCHD disc and play in the TV, and the sounds begins for the first song, and then sound suddenly stops and the video continues on in silence. It is a 30 minute high school jazz program. At about 6 minutes, sound disappears. This happens on three other, different, high school band DVD AVCHD video productions that I have created. The productions play fine on the PC, but they have the same sound issue when played on TV. I have made other AVCHD DVD productions that play fine, with sound, on the PC and on the TV. Maybe it is the cheap media - memorex I think they are. I will try the setting change tonight.

 

Why are you making the iso and the DVD at the same time? I don't believe that is the default setting. In any case, many of us recommend first creating the iso file and testing that with a software player such as VLC. If that works as intended then you can burn the iso file to a disc. Itavoids creating a lot of coaster.

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Still no luck. I have not yet bought better DVDs to burn to. Recommended brands? I think this weekend I am going to start from scratch as it doesn't take that long anyway, and see if there was just a flaw somewhere as I made Jazz 1 AVCHD DVD, and then inserted the new files and text in the same production for Jazz 2 and 3 and "saved as", so it is in both files. Thanks for your suggestions.

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