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My ripped DVD's are coming out with no sound

Discussion in 'Computer Components' started by dan1979, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. dan1979

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    Ripped a few DVD's in Nero Vision Express, everything is fine but there's no sound on the final discs.

    This is what I got from the log:

    It's just bog standard stereo how can it be unknown, there are no options to chose the audio decoder in Nero so how am I supposed to get sound on my DVD's? :(
     
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  3. dan1979

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    I didn't mention, I'm trying to get media files (WMV) onto disc, picture is fine, menus are fine but no sound on two computers via stereo or SPDIF.
     
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    'Fraid I've never used NVE, I assume yor're doing that to create Nero Digital files? Personally I don't do that, I rip to normal IFO/VOB structure using Nero Recode (well to be pedantic DVD Shrink, Recode is the commercial version written by the same guy who does Shrink). All I can think of is that the Nero Digital audio codec isn't installed properly.
     
  5. dan1979

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    Someone on another forum suggested I may need to decompress the audio first as Nero doesn't like it. That seems logical and can be done in virtualdub though it's probably going to take forver and be huge hassle.
     
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    That's way beyond my experience, I looked at Virtualdub and decided life was too short. ;)

    Rip to standard MPEG-2/AC3 and use a normal DVD player package, far easier.
     
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    Tried uncompressing the audio in virtualdub didn't work. They aren't files I've ripped they're dowloads all I have is the avi.

    Nero is absoloutely useless
     
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    Sorry I'm confused, you're opening post started "Ripped a few DVDs", hence my comments.
     
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    I've now tried Cucusoft to rip the avi's to MPEG but that crashes as soon as I hit convert, anyone have any bright ideas?
     

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