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demux / mux no audio on DVD?

 
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 25, 2005 8:42 am    Post subject: demux / mux no audio on DVD? Reply with quote

Hiya,

I have a bit of a predicament here. I have been using the DVArchive -> Womble editing -> Ulead DVD Moviefactory2 / burn process for some time.

Lately I have been recording episodes of Twilight Zone, editing out the commercials with Womble, etc. I have a problem with a bit of hiss in the background, so I used Womble to demultiplex the audio / video, then Goldwave to filter out the hiss, then Womble to re-multiplex.

The resulting video has less hiss, plays fine in Windows Media Player, plays fine in the Moviefactory Preview, but after the DVD files are created there is no audio. I have tried using DVD Architect as well, but the preview there has no audio from the start.

I have tried using TMPGenc to change the bitrate on the audio, but to no avail. It's driving me batty. Does anyone have any suggestions? TIA...

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