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dvd lab menu help

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by pvt213, Nov 4, 2004.

  1. pvt213

    pvt213 Member

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    i am using dvd-lab 1.4 BETA2
    having problems with music(.mpa)playing in my menus
    at first i had audio in all my menus but dvd wouldn't compile properly
    all of the menu images(JPGs) & a file named VTS_01.VOB(22.2MB)were left in the temporary folder
    also there were no .IFO files in the main output directory.
    i removed music frome all menus except the root menu & one slide show, it worked perfect.
    All audio has an avg biltrate of 192kbps.
    can all my menus have audio or is this not possible with dvd-lab?
     
  2. ptwenty

    ptwenty Guest

    It's possible to have audio in all your menus, but I'd recommend downloading DVDLab Pro first.

    Sometimes DVDLab drops audio from menus, sometimes from movies. I have have the greatest success using mp2 audio files rather than mpa files.

    There's a program called FFmpeggui which extracts audio from avi or mpeg. It often does the job when DVDLab screws up.

    Just use it to extract (48000Hz) audio to add to your assets bin.

    Good habit to get into is checking your DVD with a software DVD player prior to burning. I've wasted too many discs to burn them off without checking my audio first.


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