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markslaw 09-05-2014 03:16 PM

I'm having trouble creating DVDs that play in my DVD player using DeVeDe. The video will play but the audio will drop out intermittently. When I play it back on my computer, no dropout. I tried going back to a previous version, no dice. I realy don't want to waste more blank DVDs without knowing what the options are. Any suggestions? Is there another program that does the same thing, only better? What might be going on? It has to be a setting somwehere. Any ideas what it might be?

timl 09-05-2014 06:55 PM

I don't have a solution to your problem. But...does your DVD player have a USB input? I can copy an avi file to a USB stick, plug it into the DVD player and away we go.

pwalden 09-05-2014 08:25 PM

DVD generators and DVD players all have their unique quirks. If the DVDs play on your computer, then you may have a fussy DVD player.

Try a different DVD generator or player.

I use DVDStyler.

markslaw 09-06-2014 12:40 AM

That did it. Installed DVD Styler and the problem disappeared. Seems that DeVeDe didn't allow me to encode the audio as I needed to, or at least wasn't real obvious about how to do it. Thanks for the tip.

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