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Audio problem on video burned to DVD

shopperuvdealz 6,973 3,728 January 30, 2017 at 01:49 PM
I've been using ConvertxtoDvd software for about 8 years and never had a problem.
Here is whats happening. I hadn't changed any settings in the software.I used the same Vebatim DVD+ disks from the same package as I did a few months ago.Videos that I burn to disk play fine on my computer,my dvd player,my dads old dvd player but not his new dvd player. The videos I created from the same package of DVDs using the same software from a few months ago work fine in his new dvd player but for some reason any dvd I burn now the audio is garbled on his new dvd player only.It doesn't make sense as to why the other dvd videos still work in his new dvd player but the new burned ones don't.The problem only exists with his new dvd player.My dvd player and his old one play the new burned videos just fine.So,anyway I updated the software to see if that would correct the issue but the audio problem remains.
I'm baffled.I've googled the issue and the only thing I came up with is to reduce the burning speed but its already only burning at 4x. Anyone have any idea what could cause these newly burned disks to stop working right in his new dvd player?



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What is the source material?
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What is the "new dvd player"?
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also how old are your blank dvd's they have a shelf life.

Assuming it's your own content and not cinavia copy protection or the like you could burn to M-Disc DVD's requires a special burner and the discs cost more but they last forever.
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