No sound when creating a video DVD using Windows DVD Maker

Windows DVD maker NO SOUND

so i have used the dvd make several times and had no issues with it before and then one day it just decide to stop adding the audio to the dvds that i was making... it burns the dvd fine plays in dvd player and everything just it has NO sound... do you know what is wrong with it please let me know its very frustrating...

 

thanks

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Answer

Hi,

I would suggest you to restore the Windows DVD maker settings to factory Default Settings as the audio and video filters sometimes cause this issue.

 Video and audio filters are pieces of software that are installed on your computer that help interpret video files so that they will display and play properly. Windows Movie Maker uses them when you import video and audio.

 To restore the settings, try these steps.
1. Open Windows DVD maker.
2. Click Tools, and then click Options.
3. Click the Compatibility tab.
4. Do one of the following:
•To turn off a filter, clear the check box next to the video filter name.
•To turn on a filter, select the check box next to the video filter name.
•To restore the default list, click Restore All Defaults.
5. Restart DVD maker and burn a new DVD to check if the issue persists.

 When you restore the default settings, the list and settings for the filters are reset to the last known good setting.

For more information on burning DVD using Windows DVD maker, check this link:
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Burn-a-DVD-Video-disc



Regards,
Afzal Taher-Microsoft Support.

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Last updated January 22, 2020 Views 12,041 Applies to: