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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by after007, Mar 5, 2005.

  1. after007

    after007 Member

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    Can anyone what the problem is ..i burnt a dvd movie with dvd decrypter and dvd shrink..and i follwed bmayos link and when i play my dvd the audio is low..?
     
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    Did you tick the box for AC3 5.1-ch english when you opened that file in dvd shrink?

    That's the only one I tick when I do my backups,being here in the USA.
     
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    i think i did pick 5.1 does it make a diff if i picked a different one??? wat else could be wrong>
     
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    What are you playing the DVD on anyway, your PC or Home system?
     
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    umm its on my sony ps2..i forgot if im havin low audio on my cpu i dont kno where i put that disk right now
     
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    How about we try it on an actual DVD Player or your PC and see what it sounds like. Let us know.
     
  7. saugmon

    saugmon Senior member

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    "wat else could be wrong"

    Poor media can cause sound issues.

    What brand name/speed rate/and format of media and how fast are you burning it? Example: sony -4x/ burned them at 4x.

    We need to know if your pc can play that backup and it looks and sounds ok.And use the drive that burned it.
    Those pesky stand alone players are another story.

    I leave all my backups on ac3 5.1 english only. It gives you a little less compression than with all the other sound streams ticked.
     
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    i have used sonyt dvd-r discs...on my benq 1620
     
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    Which speed of sony dash do you use? 1x-4x/4x/1x-8x

    Use dvd decrypter and look for it's manufacturing code: example sony04D1
     
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    it says speed 1x-8x and i burnt it at 4x
     
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    actaully i jus chekd out the orignal too.it seems like thas how it is
     

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