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Bunrt DVD but no sound

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by boyboy, Apr 9, 2005.

  1. boyboy

    boyboy Member

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    1. Encoding successful
    2. Burning successful

    Problems
    1. Can't read the DVD Media (movies) in Windows Media Player or Cyberlink DVD
    2. Able to read and watch movie in friend's pc but NO SOUND
    3. Able to read, watch WITH SOUND in friend's dvd player (tv)


    Any help guys ?
     
  2. boyboy

    boyboy Member

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    Anybody?

     
  3. binkie7

    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Possible Answers to problems:
    1. Could be a media problem - what media are you using? Burn speed?
    2. This may sound dumb but was your friends volume on? Could it have been on mute or turned all the way down? Sound card bad?
    3. The laser on your friends DVD player is probably more friendly with disc errors and different types of media. I'm assuming no playback problems like freezing etc.
     
  4. chriscj42

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    Another possible reason for this may be that DTS sound was the only one selected and the configuration that you are playting the dvd in does not support DTS sound. I have this same problem with Gladiator.
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Good Point Chriscj 42 - I didn't think of that one.
     
  6. squizzle

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    Or for some reason the correct sound could be on the disc but as default the incorrect sound was selected. I've had this problem before, although it was only when using DVD X Copy. Go into the main menu of the DVD and see if you can change sound options there.
     

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