When I preview my dvd in Ulead it seems to be all working fine, but when I burn it to disc there is no audio on any of the tracks or the menu. I have tried setting the transcode settings to mpeg or LPCM but it doesn't seem to make a difference. I think it may be to do with the mpeg format but if anyone can give me any suggestions it would be appreciated!
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Your disc may be damaged try to copy the contents of the DVD to your HDD. Check if your DVD drive is working correctly, make sure you installed Ulead VideoStudio 8 properly, if you are using windows vista plz upgrade your Ulead VideoStudio software.
Thats because Divx or AVI is not a recognized format for a DVD Player. If you are burning a disc you need a software that can create a DVD Format Disc from an AVI as all DivX are AVIs. I reccomend Ulead DVD Workshop 2:
We would need a few more details about your video in question. Origional movie filetype, method of encoding, software used to burn, capture card used to create file etc.
I do know for sure that making an ISO instead of a burning the folders or video files as a data/video DVD really doesn't do anything to help you with this problem.
Also are you burning a traditional DVD or like many new players will play divx, xvideo, and windows media files. All of which could be burnt to a CD or DVD, and I have seen many files act similar to what your describing.
Basically try to encode the video with another program and check to make sure you are using the appropriate frames per second.
Here's a link to a free encoder that really works great for me.
O yea if you are trying to copy a vhs to dvd or a dvd without ripping the dvd you will get uneven audio, and video problems its called MACROVISION.