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An Audio question...

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by burfie, Feb 23, 2007.

  1. burfie

    burfie Member

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    I have a DVD-rip of a concert, which I downloaded.
    If I burn it separately, all is good... audio & video are great.

    I have an interview of this band, as well as a music video, in mpeg1, which I converted to DVD format, with TMPGEnc Xpress.
    I wanted to burn a DVD, with the concert, and the two converted videos.
    I put it together with TMPEG DVD Author.
    I burned it, but when I play it, the audio for the concert, is very low, while the other two videos sound fine.

    Any ideas why the audio for the concert, would be much lower, when I burned it the 2nd time, with the other videos?
    They're all the same audio & video format, and aspect ratio.

    Also, if I need to re-encode the concert, how can I keep the video quality (not re-encode the video), while re-encode the audio, to boost the volume? Is there a DVD authoring tool, that can boost audio for one clip, while creating the vobs?

    I'm very new to DVD, so I'm puzzled, and would appreciate any help...
    thanks!!!
     
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    Someone must have an idea, of how I can remedy this.
    Thanks!!!
     

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