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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by notty2435, Dec 29, 2012.

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  1. notty2435

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    why do when i record a blank dvd from a file some dvds have sound and some dyds do not when i place in my dvd play
     
  2. dai

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    are you finalising the disks
     
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    The audio codec in AVI/MKV files etc can be several different types. A benchtop DVD player commonly does not play every audio codec - so you will get picture but no sound.

    A solution is to resave the file after re-encodeing the audio stream only (using direct stream copy on the video stream so it does not change the video quality or video codec).

    AVIdemux is one free program that can do that. Use direct copy on the video stream and use MP3 on the audio stream, save it and the DVD player will play it.
     
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