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    Default Encoding my video so it works on DVD player!

    I copyed my movie to DVD media and when I wanted to watch it on my DVD there was no sound and there was some playback problems. I assume that problem is with codecs. How should I encode it to work on DVD players. Is the problem in output container or output video codec or maybe in audio codec. I can encode it in SuperC!
    Last edited by salvor_hardin; 10-02-2008 at 09:30 PM.

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    Like the name.

    To make a playable dvd you need to AUTHOR it using a dvd making program - many are avaialbe but I am no expert.

    Have a google - and dont forget ro save us from the Idrians too

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    aha, got it! thx

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    Onwards to the Second Foundation!

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