I use Ulead Movie Factory 6.0 to burn my DVD's. I create an AVI file, all is well and when I preview the DVD prior to burning all is great, it has sound. After the DVD is complete the images show fine however I have no sound. Pleaes help if anyone knows what is happening. I am on a PC Windows XP.
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I would suggest to you to finished edit your project and after that click on make movie tab or the number 3 tab of your Studio then do this procedure. Disc Type : DVD Audio Compression : PCM Video Quality : Automatic Use Progressive Encoding : NOT checked Always Re-encode Entire Movie: Checked Burn Options: Create Disc Content and then burn. Current Media : Should show what DVD Disc should be used. Target Media: DVD 4.7 GB Copies : 1 Write Speed: lowest possible
My apologies but I'm not familiar with the Ulead product you use but I hope what I've written below may be of some use
Fundamentally you need to re encode the AVi to a smaller file size. It seems odd to me that you have AVi files that are too big for a 4.7Gb DVD disc unless you are using a flashy front end. A simple way to convert with minimum input from you would be to use Any Video Convertor Professional to resize the AVi file to a more usable size. By decreasing either or both the Video and audio of the AVI within Any Video Convertor Professional this should sort your problem out. Just ensure you keep the aspect ratio the same if this is what you require. There is a free version of Any Video Convertor
free ver - http://www.any-video-converter.com/products/for_video_free/
Paid ver - http://www.any-video-converter.com/any-video-converter.exe
Use a program that compresses and converts the files so that they fit on a DVD and can be played on any DVD-player. I use Nero Vision Express 4 (usually included in the later Nero Burning Rom packages), TMPGENC 3 or DVD Flick. Import the avi-file and then export it as DVD-files (vob, bup, ifo) and the burn it on a DVD or let the program convert the file and burn it directly on a DVD. Make sure the program is set to export/burn files to fit the size of a DVD-5 (4.7 GB).