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I've been trying to burn a video dvd, but when I put it into my player, it didn't work. When I first put in, I was able to hear a second of the music, then nothing happened. o video, no more sound. I tried on my regular dvd player, and mplayer also did the same thing, and gave a red error. Obviously, I made a mistake in preparing the dvd; I'm just not sure where. Here's what I did to make the dvd.
1. Transcoded divx movies with mp3 audio to mpeg with ac3 audio. Here is the command I used
2. I then used mplex to put the audio and video together. I used mplex -f 8 movie.m1v movie.mpa -o movie.
3. I then used dvdauthor on each of five video files that I want to put to dvd, putting them into the "dvd" directory.
4. I ran dvdauthor to create the table of contents file in the dvd directory. The dvd directory now contains and AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS directory. The AUDIO_TS directory is empty, here is the contents of the VIDEO_TS directory: