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No sound after recording from external input

I've recorded something from my video camera. But when I try to play it, I only have the video, without any sound

How can this be fixed?

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Well, my video camera has separate hookups for the video, and the audio. The audio is a stereo mini-jack (I think that's what it's called) - and I use a cable that has the mini plug on one end, and a white and red RCA plug on the other end for each channel. Perhaps yours is the same?

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