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no sound with nero burning rom

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  1. MrRod

    MrRod Regular member

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    i just burned bowling for columbine onto dvd using first MPGEnc and then IFOedit, sent the files through nero6 burning rom, i have the picture but no sound!!....i know i added the audio (.wav)into IFOedit but for some reason i got no sound in the final outcome.
    Does anyone know what i might have done wrong or what else i can do?
     
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    i just burnt bowling for columbine again and then looked in the dvd on the pc to see what i got, i have files in the VIDEO_TS folder but nothing in the AUDIO_TS folder, does anyone know what files i'm suposed to put in the AUDIO_TS folder?
     
  3. RyanZ06

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    Nothing supposed to go in audio ts folder, use tmpgenc dvd author instead of iFOedit
     
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    ok, i've used TMPGEnc dvd author to convert the mpeg-2 file to vob and such like, just going to burn to the dvd and see what happens. I did read that IFOedit isn't very good on XP, is that correct?
     
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    i used TMPGEnc plus to convert the avi file again and decided to play the MPEG-2 file to make sure it's ok, i find that it has no sound!, so i gather it isn't nero rom or IFOedit that is the root cause but TMPGEnc that is, is there a setting somewhere for audio on TMPGEnc?
     
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    I have the same problem. Have used TMPGEnc to encode and Ifoedit to author. I burnt the DVD and looks perfect but no sound. How do you use TMPGEnc to author the DVD or is there something else that I may have done wrong?
     
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    When you use TMPGEnc, on the first page of the project Wizard, just select either the CBR or VBR options with MPEG-1 Layer II Audio [MP2].

    This will give you a single .mpg file that contains both the audio and video. You can play that file and check that the audio and video are correct.

    TMPGEnc DVD Author can then be used to create the DVD and there should be no audio problems.
     
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    I selected the CBR MPEG-1 Layer II Audio in TMPGEnc and when I play back the file there is picture but no sound. Any other ideas?
     
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    you chose the stream type to either split the audio and vidoe or keep them as one file, click on ES(video+audio) at the bottom right of the start screen, you'll then get one mpeg file containing audio and video. Chosing system(audio+video) will give you two files.
     
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    ER...the other way round....sorry....system(audio+video) will give you one file as to ES(audio+video) will give you two seperate files.
     

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