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Burning a DVD Need Help

By captainron19
Jan 26, 2005
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  1. Ok here it goes. Let me start by saying that I am completely New to this but I am computer literate.

    I had several video clips that I downloaded online and they are in AVI format.

    When I went to play them back using Windows Media Player I experienced a Shutterng and jumpiness throughout the entire video.

    Someone recommended I try a different viewer (VLC Media Player) and the video played back fine.

    My main goal is to burn the video to DVD to play in my standard player. I used 1 Click DVD Movie copy but the shuttering still appeared when I bunred to DVD and played in my player.

    Someone had mentioned I need to convert the AVI to an MPG in order to burn to DVD to play in DVD player.

    I converted the AVI to an MPG using TMPGEnc and the video looks beautiful now when playing back (Even in Windows Medis Player) But now I have a new problem....After I cinverted the file there is no sound.

    Can anyone please help with any info so I can get this movie onto a DVD.
  2. Mictlantecuhtli

    Mictlantecuhtli TS Evangelist Posts: 4,916   +9

    Try demuxing the audio into a separate file with another video editor, for example VirtualDubMod. TMPGEnc probably doesn't understand the audio codec used in the original file.
  3. Dafriz

    Dafriz TS Rookie Posts: 25

    Not much help but some

    Well i know that my friend when burning dvds he needs to have 2 separate files 1 sound 1 video... so listen to the guy above and pray u dont get the dreaded Japanese action film translated to english type movie when ur done

    (aka the sound being out of sync with the movement of the movie)
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