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AVI file has no sound after burning

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by MaxPayne1, Dec 31, 2007.

  1. MaxPayne1

    MaxPayne1 Member

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    Hi All,

    I have just come across a problem that I have never encountered before with burning AVI files to a DVD-RW. I recently burnt an AVI file (movie file) to a DVD-RW and when I went to play back it back on my DivX player there was no sound but there was a picture. Other files I burnt had both sound and picture. I have tested the file on the PC and get both picture and sound. Now I know some are probably thinking codecs, but I started to paly it the other day and it did have sound. It is only when copied to another disc again that it happened.

    Does anyone know of this type of problem int eh past and possible solutions.

    thanks
     
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    so if you go to the file now "avi" it plays on your pc ok?

    does it have 2 audio streams 1 empty? use gspot or avicodec
     
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    Rotary,

    Yes it does play on my PC with sound.

    D/L gspot and avicodec.

    AVICODEC - Audio - 78MB, 128kbps, 48000hz, 2 channels, 0x55 =MPEG Layer-3, CBR,,Supported


    GSPOT - Audio (Info) - 4800Hz, 129kb/s tot, Joint stereo, Lame 3.9

    Does that assist in this?.

    Thanks
     
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    sort of, was looking to see if it ahd more than 1 audio and the player was picking another audio stream up, but if only 1 then not sure on this...

    does seem wierd just wondering if its something to do with pal/ntsc framerate speed or currupt headers, but just guessing

    could try running through divfix for errors + strip and rebuild
     

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