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catbread.org@gmail.com
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      05-01-2007, 09:23 PM
I'm trying to make a MPEG2 video to be burned with Sony DVD architect.
So far, I can't get any sound on the rendered video. Is there any
reason as to why this is happening?

If there is another way to get the video to import into architect, and
burn it as a dvd, please help.

Thanks

 
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      05-01-2007, 09:57 PM
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> I'm trying to make a MPEG2 video to be burned with Sony DVD architect.
> So far, I can't get any sound on the rendered video. Is there any
> reason as to why this is happening?
>
> If there is another way to get the video to import into architect, and
> burn it as a dvd, please help.
>
> Thanks



I'm assuming that you're rendering using the DVD Architect NTSC video
stream template (or something similar).
If that's the case, then you need to render the audio separately,
preferably as an AC3 stream as this is what DVDA prefers.
AS long as both files have the same name (i.e. myvideo.mpg and
myvideo.ac3) and are in the same folder, DVDA will automatically load
the audio stream for you once you load the video stream.

Mike
 
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      05-01-2007, 10:04 PM
On May 1, 4:57 pm, Mike Kujbida <kXuXjXfX...@xplornet.com> wrote:
> catbread....@gmail.com wrote:
> > I'm trying to make a MPEG2 video to be burned with Sony DVD architect.
> > So far, I can't get any sound on the rendered video. Is there any
> > reason as to why this is happening?

>
> > If there is another way to get the video to import into architect, and
> > burn it as a dvd, please help.

>
> > Thanks

>
> I'm assuming that you're rendering using the DVD Architect NTSC video
> stream template (or something similar).
> If that's the case, then you need to render the audio separately,
> preferably as an AC3 stream as this is what DVDA prefers.
> AS long as both files have the same name (i.e. myvideo.mpg and
> myvideo.ac3) and are in the same folder, DVDA will automatically load
> the audio stream for you once you load the video stream.
>
> Mike


Thanks mike I'll give it a shot and report back in a few hours!

 
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      05-02-2007, 02:06 AM
On May 1, 5:04 pm, catbread....@gmail.com wrote:
> On May 1, 4:57 pm, Mike Kujbida <kXuXjXfX...@xplornet.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > catbread....@gmail.com wrote:
> > > I'm trying to make a MPEG2 video to be burned with Sony DVD architect.
> > > So far, I can't get any sound on the rendered video. Is there any
> > > reason as to why this is happening?

>
> > > If there is another way to get the video to import into architect, and
> > > burn it as a dvd, please help.

>
> > > Thanks

>
> > I'm assuming that you're rendering using the DVD Architect NTSC video
> > stream template (or something similar).
> > If that's the case, then you need to render the audio separately,
> > preferably as an AC3 stream as this is what DVDA prefers.
> > AS long as both files have the same name (i.e. myvideo.mpg and
> > myvideo.ac3) and are in the same folder, DVDA will automatically load
> > the audio stream for you once you load the video stream.

>
> > Mike

>
> Thanks mike I'll give it a shot and report back in a few hours!


Well..I got the AC3 audio rendered, but the sound is off in various
sections (it changes, it's about a second off in one area, and around
three in another...)

Is there any common reasons why this would happen? I'll work with it
some more and post results within the next few hours.

Thanks

 
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      05-02-2007, 02:42 AM
On May 1, 9:06 pm, catbread....@gmail.com wrote:
> On May 1, 5:04 pm, catbread....@gmail.com wrote:
>
>
>
> > On May 1, 4:57 pm, Mike Kujbida <kXuXjXfX...@xplornet.com> wrote:

>
> > > catbread....@gmail.com wrote:
> > > > I'm trying to make a MPEG2 video to be burned with Sony DVD architect.
> > > > So far, I can't get any sound on the rendered video. Is there any
> > > > reason as to why this is happening?

>
> > > > If there is another way to get the video to import into architect, and
> > > > burn it as a dvd, please help.

>
> > > > Thanks

>
> > > I'm assuming that you're rendering using the DVD Architect NTSC video
> > > stream template (or something similar).
> > > If that's the case, then you need to render the audio separately,
> > > preferably as an AC3 stream as this is what DVDA prefers.
> > > AS long as both files have the same name (i.e. myvideo.mpg and
> > > myvideo.ac3) and are in the same folder, DVDA will automatically load
> > > the audio stream for you once you load the video stream.

>
> > > Mike

>
> > Thanks mike I'll give it a shot and report back in a few hours!

>
> Well..I got the AC3 audio rendered, but the sound is off in various
> sections (it changes, it's about a second off in one area, and around
> three in another...)
>
> Is there any common reasons why this would happen? I'll work with it
> some more and post results within the next few hours.
>
> Thanks


Nevermind, everything seems to working. I was seeking back and forth
and the video and sound would get incredibly off for some reason.

Thanks!

 
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      05-02-2007, 10:08 AM
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> On May 1, 9:06 pm, catbread....@gmail.com wrote:
>> On May 1, 5:04 pm, catbread....@gmail.com wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>> On May 1, 4:57 pm, Mike Kujbida <kXuXjXfX...@xplornet.com> wrote:
>>>> catbread....@gmail.com wrote:
>>>>> I'm trying to make a MPEG2 video to be burned with Sony DVD architect.
>>>>> So far, I can't get any sound on the rendered video. Is there any
>>>>> reason as to why this is happening?
>>>>> If there is another way to get the video to import into architect, and
>>>>> burn it as a dvd, please help.
>>>>> Thanks
>>>> I'm assuming that you're rendering using the DVD Architect NTSC video
>>>> stream template (or something similar).
>>>> If that's the case, then you need to render the audio separately,
>>>> preferably as an AC3 stream as this is what DVDA prefers.
>>>> AS long as both files have the same name (i.e. myvideo.mpg and
>>>> myvideo.ac3) and are in the same folder, DVDA will automatically load
>>>> the audio stream for you once you load the video stream.
>>>> Mike
>>> Thanks mike I'll give it a shot and report back in a few hours!

>> Well..I got the AC3 audio rendered, but the sound is off in various
>> sections (it changes, it's about a second off in one area, and around
>> three in another...)
>>
>> Is there any common reasons why this would happen? I'll work with it
>> some more and post results within the next few hours.
>>
>> Thanks

>
> Nevermind, everything seems to working. I was seeking back and forth
> and the video and sound would get incredibly off for some reason.
>
> Thanks!



Glad to hear that it worked for you :-)
As far as the sync drift, that's happened to me before as well. Very
annoying but, as you discovered, nothing to worry about.

Mike
 
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