No Sound When I Burn AVI To DVD To Play On My Home DVd Player

Hello!, I have downloaded codecs for some AVI files i have, they play fine when i play them using WMP on my PC , but when i Burn Them To DVD using Convert X To DVD, To Play On My Home DVD player, the picture is Fine, But there Is No Sound.
Please Help.
Thank you.
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10-30-2010 08:17 AM
Bob Tarbuck

Bob Tarbuck wrote:
Hello!, I have downloaded codecs for some AVI files i have, they play fine when i play them using WMP on my PC , but when i Burn Them To DVD using Convert X To DVD, To Play On My Home DVD player, the picture is Fine, But there Is No Sound.
Please Help.
Thank you.
bob.

Make sure that the burning process is complete and correct. and play it on computer and dvd player to check if it has sound or not.

Besides, try this way to burn avi to dvd to check the result, because in this way, I can successfully watch it on my home dvd player, both picture and sound are ok.
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Hello, Thanks For That, But It Dose"nt Help At All,Just To Let You Know, I"m Not New To Using Convert X, I"ve Burned Hundreds Of AVI"s To Disc, That Play Fine With Sound, Its Just This AVI File Will Not Play With Sound After I"ve burned It To Disc, It Plays Fine On My PC, But Not On DVD.
But Thank You For Your Help. reply

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11-03-2010 06:02 AM
Bob Tarbuck

I"m Sorry But That Was No Help To Me At All!..There Is Sound & Picture When I Play The AVI File On My PC, When I Burn it To DVd To Watch On My Tv There Is Picture But No Sound, When I Put The AVI File Onto My USB Stick To Watch Through My DVD Player, There Is No Sound, Or Picture. reply

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11-12-2010 09:18 AM
Bob Tarbuck

So you’ve checked these 3 situations:
1.There Is Sound & Picture When I Play The AVI File On PC;
2.When Burn it To DVd To Watch On My Tv, There Is Picture But No Sound;
3.When Put The AVI File Onto My USB Stick To Watch Through My DVD Player, There Is No Sound, Or Picture.

From your description, I think that:
1. your avi file is ok.
2. maybe something wrong with the burning program or DVD disc, you could try to burn avi to DVD folder or ISO files first to check the result.
3. A avi movie is a compressed movie file format, usualy Divx or Xvid. If you want to play avi files directly on DVD player (through USB), you need to go and buy a Divx compatible dvd player. You can get them on E-bay for around $50 Aus.

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Hello Bob Tarbuck.
I am guessing you have had your problem solved by now, but.. just in case...
The simplest way I know to overcome this problem is to locate and download a free program called NanDub. Install it, start it up and open your AVI. Then go to -Video > Select Direct Stream Copy and then save your file in a different folder (remname it.. I append ND to the title to indicate I have run it through NanDub.
Use a rewritable DVD to check (providing your DVD player will accept the rewritable) - saves thowing away a lot of ruined DVD discs.
Nandub only takes a few minutes, and if you can be disciplined it’s a good idea to run all new AVI files through it.
It doesn’t solve all codec problems, but might just do the trick for you or anyone else having this problem
Hope it works. :-)

Recommend running NanDub on all new AVIs – or burn as RW first to check.
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04-14-2011 10:16 PM
jaynius

I use Ashampoo and I burned other movies using it and they were sucessful on the DVD Player. Although when I tried to burn a specic movie, there was no sound at all :@
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05-10-2011 08:40 PM
Prie

I’m not easily impressed. . . but that’s ipremssnig me! :) reply

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05-21-2011 07:52 PM
Josie

Check the disc you are using to burn with. It matters weather or not it is like DVD-R /DVD-RW. RW’S won’t play the sound in your DVD player,but it will in your PC. Hope this is somewhat helpful.


























































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10-18-2011 10:01 AM
Rhonda Wilson

I had the same problem and solved it by changing the audio sampling rate using nandub. reply

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11-28-2011 05:45 PM
shutz

Hi I am having a Similar porblem, I have a divx compatable DVD player, I am copying a AVI movie from my PC to A USB But when I play is I can only hear sound & No Picture?? Can anyone help me?? reply

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11-29-2011 08:14 AM
Jen

Hi, I have a similar dilemma:

- I have many AVI files that I download from peer sharing groups.
- These AVI files play great on my Mac, using VLC.
- I normally copy these files to a USB pen drive and play them on my DIVX player/TV.
- Large AVI files (1G or bigger) do not play on the DIVX/TV...without problems.
- They either have no sound, or the player stops with time remaining in the movie.
- All of these movies, regardless of size, play fine on my Mac.
- This only happens with files +1G in size.

Any ideas? reply

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12-20-2011 03:28 PM
MMF

I have the same problem, avi plays fine on computer, when I use ashampoo to create dvd (which I have done successfully many times before) I get no sound, not just when I try and play in a dvd player, but also if I try and play the dvd on the computer
I think the problem is ashampo reply

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12-28-2011 11:23 PM
Mac

IM HAVING THAT PROBLEM NOW. IM A COMPLETE TECHNO-PHOBE PEOPLE BUT IM NOW IN THE PROCESS OF BURNING THE SAME ONE AGAIN FOR THE 11TH TIME NOW IN THE HOPE IT WORKS. IM USING WINDOWS DVD MAKER AND IT TAKES FOREVER TO END=CODE BUT I REALISED IT WAS ON NSCA OR WHATEVER IT WAS INSTEAD OF PAL. XX reply

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05-24-2012 04:56 PM
TUTU2021

hii people i basically burnt the movies just by putting in the cd and dragging the movies and then burning them. it’s perfect on windows media player, i can see picture and hear sound but when i put it on to my dvd player i can see the picture but cant hear the sound. i need the sound as well but how can i sort this out. if anyone could help me and if it’s got to do with using internet providing links would be appreciated. thankz alot reply

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06-26-2012 05:47 PM
emre123

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