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Converting mkv to avi with avi2dvd - No sound

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#1
Hi there, I hope someone can help, I've just downloaded the avi2dvd software, I'm trying to convert a mkv file to avi but it insists that it needs audio. It tells me that I must select an audiostream to convert but there are no options in the three boxes.

Thanks in advance.
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#2
I get the same message, any suggestion?
#3
Know nothing of avi2dvd and have only used this on a couple of mkv but it went well: http://alltoavi.sourceforge.net/
#4
Originally posted by moorspede:
Hi there, I hope someone can help, I've just downloaded the avi2dvd software, I'm trying to convert a mkv file to avi but it insists that it needs audio. It tells me that I must select an audiostream to convert but there are no options in the three boxes.

Thanks in advance.

Rename your file to one name and put it in C:. C:/Mymovie.mkv.

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#6
I'll check this out and see if I can get it to work.
#7
As far as I can see, you can't convert MKV to AVI using this software (hence the name "avi2dvd"). If you want to do this you'll have to look around for an alternative programme. So far I haven't come across anything that's free. If anyone does I'd be interested to know.
#8
Originally posted by Tainster:
As far as I can see, you can't convert MKV to AVI using this software (hence the name "avi2dvd"). If you want to do this you'll have to look around for an alternative programme. So far I haven't come across anything that's free. If anyone does I'd be interested to know.

This will convert to Xvid (among others).

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=127298

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#9
Originally posted by Tainster:
As far as I can see, you can't convert MKV to AVI using this software (hence the name "avi2dvd"). If you want to do this you'll have to look around for an alternative programme. So far I haven't come across anything that's free. If anyone does I'd be interested to know.

AlltoAvi will do the job also(hence the name, "AlltoAVi", and it's free). Avidemux will probably work also.


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