Is there a chance that the disc I am using is not suitable. From memory, it’s a DVD-R with I think 4.7 GB capacity. Should this work ok? I was hoping I could burn these videos onto a regular dvd and then mail it to my parents in England so they could see and hopefully hear my songs too.
I don’t have a lot of patience with this stuff so if I don’t get it soon, I’ll just let them see it on Youtube. ha, ha…
It has nothing to do with your disks and if the converted videos play on YouTube with sound but not on your players, including the PC, I’m baffled. You could try the program I suggested, MultiAVCHD, to create a DVD compliant video from your source files and see if you get sound. Play the video from your hard drive before you burn to disk. Just for giggles, put one of your burned disks in the PC, don’t play it, just right click the drive and select “Explore” and post back with the files that are there. You should have a Video_TS folder and within that you should have at least one VOB file.