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Faint sound on VCD

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by GloryGal, Mar 28, 2003.

  1. GloryGal

    GloryGal Member

    Mar 28, 2003
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    I am working on my first VCD. I used SmartRipper, DVD2AVI, then TMPGEnc-2. Finally I wrote the CD with Nero. (Who ever created the online guide did an excellent job! :)

    I put the VCD in my DVD player and the picture quality is near perfect, but the sound is very faint. I cranked the volume up all the way and the voices are barely above a whisper. My question:

    Because this is my first attempt, I did not want to waste an expensive CD-R and I used a low quality one. (I expected to make a few mistakes. ) Can the poor sound be solely a result of the cheap CD-R or could I have possibly missed an important step?

    I am about to embark on another attempt and was wondering if I should use the good stuff this time around. I couldn't find low sound quality in my forum search and I apologize if this question has been already addressed.

    (BTW...When played on my computer, the sound is at the correct volume. )
  2. adg

    adg Guest

    In TMPGEnc you can crank the volume up, push it to over 200% and click the use sound settings button.

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