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MPEG Video Wizard Audio problems

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  1. MaryEM

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    Okay, I am stumped. I have my video edited, added music, burned DVD. The DVD video plays fine on DVD, the audio, (music) just stops. First time, I deleted the song were I was having problems. Lat time it happened later in the DVD. Is there any way that I can check the audio to see if it is going to play? Music plays in the video wizzard, windows media player and also in the movie file created.
     
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    What did you set your output audio (format) at? There are quite a few choices.
     
  3. MaryEM

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    Okay, I admit I do not have a clue what I set audio output too! I don't even know where to look. What should I have it set for????
     
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    I found it in Export. Layer I LayerII AC3 and Linear PCM. I did not find the help section very good on this. How do I know which one to use???
     
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    Well when I'm doing a full DVD I actually set it here:

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    Try AC3 2 channel as LPCM creates a huge file.
     
  6. MaryEM

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    I will give this a try. I got this this point, I was so stuck. Three times I saved, exported, burned DVD's, checked out the audio file on the time line. Once again you come to my rescue! Thank you again. I will update on how I made out.
    This is a cool skyski video of my friends that I am trying to finish.......
     
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    I looked at this and the only thing different was the bit rate is set at 9100,
    Should I set it to 9800?
    The audio plays on the DVD maker preview and on the timeline. could it be in the something I am doing in imgburn?
     
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    I think that the problem is in my audio files. I am going to redo the music and try again. I just tried burning DVD through Nero and the same problem happened. So at least I think I have found whats wrong........
     
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    The video bitrate doesn't affect the audio, nor should the burning program.
     
  10. MaryEM

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    Sorry, I missed your post earlier. I did some checking into my audio, two files were bad! So, I have learned a lesson, take time and zoom in on the audio peaks, make sure that there is no flat lines! Also, I found a free BitrateView program, that scans project and it gives all the required info. Thanks again for you assistance.
    I am now taking a break from editing! Project is awesome!
     
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    Sounds like you are becoming a real pro. GSpot is also a good app to add to your arsenal.

    http://www.headbands.com/gspot/
     
  12. MaryEM

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    Mystic Eyes: Thanks, only with your help!
    Have you figured out a way to to put credits and the end of a movie? It is just nice to have a closing instead of fading out the video.
     
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