So glad I’m not the only one having issues with sound!! I thought it was something I had done but after reading all of your comments I am so relieved that’s its not my fault.
I also have windows 7 and the movies play fine on my pc but the DVD I have burned has no sound but the picture is fab! Any help, suggestions or advise on this matter would be greatly appreciated.
Hey guys. Did some testing and found out that of your file is to big, then it will burn with no sound so it can fit on the DVD+R. So you can go to movie maker and split it. Takes 2 DVDs instead of 1 but at least it works. Also with files that are small enough, that means they dont have the right codecs if there is no sound. Movie maker will also fix this. It uses double the amount of RAM but you can always delete the files after the burn. Hope this helps!!
-The source AVI file has audio or not?
-The burned DVD can play very well on your computer player?
If all will be OK, The most possible reason is that your DVD player can support your burned DVD.
So you need to check the DVD player manual and confirm which DVD type it supported?
In addition , you also need to check you TV standard, NTSC ot PAL?
if you use dvd shrink which is free,that fixes the prob too. dvd shrink backs up the process say in my documents and from there you can add the movie to the program you use to burn, I did it today it worked.
Same issue. Some downloaded movies look great & play fine on pc but when burned there’s no audio. I use convertxtodvd5. Tried different settings (IE convert audio to ac3 for better compatability, etc) tried changing audio channels on dvd player and reciever, nada. I’m yanking out convertx and gonna try something else for now.
I’ve found the following strange occurrencies while trying to make a DVD from youtube clips downloaded using Clipconverter:
1. Downloaded as AVI then to DVD with this software:
No sound on any device, which includes Win 7, Win10, using both WMPlayer and Videolan. No sound on standalone DVD player.
2. Downloaded as MP4 then to AVI with Format Factory then to DVD:
Sound on Win10 (Videolan), No sound on Win 10 (WMPlayer),
sound on standalone DVD player, no sound on Win 7 with either WMPlayer or Videolan (although recorded on this system).
Both tests recorded on same DVD+RW disc.
This suggests something might be happening to the clip on download as AVI from Clipconverter.