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Audio can't be heard after burning

Discussion in 'Nero discussion' started by vimeflo, Jul 12, 2005.

  1. vimeflo

    vimeflo Member

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    I'm burning .mpg and .m2v files into a VCD. This files are good before burning, they have audio and video, but after burning them into a VCD with Nero, most of them can't be heard(video works fine).

    Why can this be?
     
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    I used NeroVision 3 to create a DVD and I burnt it on a DVD+R disc.
    I am unable to hear any audio, but the Video is good. I think the audio is being multiplexed in the .VOB stream and the audio format is DOLBY AC-3. None of the DVD playters except the Nero Showtime, is able to play the Video and audio. In addition, the standalone DVD Player I have with my home theatre rejects this disc as unrecognizable. Now this LG DVD Player is supposed to be able to read all formats including MPEG2, and also handles DVD+R, DVD+RW, etc.

    Has anybody else come up with such problems?
     
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    Should I go to another category? If that's why no one can answer me, please tell me, and I go. Or maybe I haven't explained correctly my problem. I would appreciate if someone could tell me what I can do
     
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    Does no one read my thread? Please if you read it, but don't know the answer, at least tell me so, because I'm starting to feel ignored
     
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    are you sure the audio is encoded to a cd-compatible format and not a dvd-compatible format?
     
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    Yes, I always burn this kinds of stuff, I don't know what happened this time. I'm not much of an expert, =)
     
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    I used NERO Express 3 to burn VCDs, and they work fine. Even the standalone LG Player can play these VCDs in full form.

    Check your settings in NERO. Use 'Automatic' wherever possible.
     

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