Hello everybody, Not long ago I bought a DivX-compatible DVD player. I use Nero to burn the videos as data DVDs; the result is, generally speaking, good; however, many times the resulting DivX video is almost inaudible. I’ve searched the net and found that the problem is very common; there are many posts about this problem, most of them very old. I’ve tried the solution everybody suggests (VirtualDub) and it doesn’t work: I keep getting “error” messages. Is there any easier, way to boost the audio on a DivX file? Or even before I turn the video into a DivX file, can I boost the audio of an AVI file? Another way that doesn’t involve VirtualDub? Another software, maybe newer, something simpler? As you can probably see, I am by no means a computer expert, I started to burn videos last week… I have a Toshiba laptop, Windows 7, a (legal) copy of Nero; and please remember I burn the videos on a DVD so that I can watch them on a DVD player. If you need to know anything else about what I use please let me know. Thanks a lot; I would appreciate any suggestion. Oudis.