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i use mpeg-1video converter; video fine but No sound. HELP

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#1 kingjoser


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Posted 21 November 2010 - 06:05 PM

Im make Video CD's(VCD) since I dont have a dvd burner. Its a cd-r burned movie that plays on home dvd players. You need to convert the movie file to a certain video format, framerate, bitrate, etc. and for that i use a program called TMPGEnc. its especially for making VCD's. Ive been making them for a while. then it just stopped working. it converts the video fine but there is no sound. I think i accidently erased a codec from my computer or something. because i installed a different video converter, decided i didnt want it anymore, and removed it. Towards the end of the removal it told me that there was a codec or file(something to do with video. Dont quite remember) that wasnt being used anymore and that it would remove it for me. So i put ok. At first TMPGEnc wasn't even reading the movie file. Then i installed a codec pack i found on the web, then afterwards it read the file(I was relieved. i thought i had fixed the problem) and it started converting. I clicked on the converted movie file to review it, and there was no sound. I tried a whole bunch of different other movies i have.....the same thing. All the movie files were in avi format. Please help me. Im running Windows XP Home Edition SP2.

Edit: Moved topic from XP to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

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Posted 21 November 2010 - 10:41 PM

I work with quite a few videos myself. I had a similar problem back in the spring. I had to search out and install several different codecs before I found the right one.

You can, as far as I know, install and try several different ones. Be persistent.


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