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Thread: How to burn a DVDr ISO image?

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    tralalala's Avatar The Almighty
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    I downloaded an image file which is a DVDR film (Mrs. Henderson Presents if you are interested), got it from a DVDR torrent site. Anyhow, the description of the film said it was DTS audio only. No idea what that meant. So I went ahead and burned the image to a blank DVD, only to find out that when I tried to play it on my DVD player, the audio was missing. The weird thing is, that on the menu of the film (where you select to play the movie, watch the extras etc.) the sound worked perfectly. I even tried to go into the setup on the menu and select DTS as the audio configuration, but to no avail.


    What should I do?!


    Thanks

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    I suggest trying imgburn with a dvdrw, and slow burning speed (e.g. 2.4x).

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    Quote Originally Posted by raspberry1331 View Post
    I suggest trying imgburn with a dvdrw, and slow burning speed (e.g. 2.4x).
    its not a problem with the burned media so burning it slowly is pointless.

    I had a similar thing happen for a metallica disc i downloaded. i think i selected dts in both the disc menu and on the option of my dvd player to finally get the sound working.

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    tralalala's Avatar The Almighty
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    Hmm.. I'll try fiddling around with the player options see what that produces.. thanks

    Just had another go.. it seems even the extras have sound.. it's just the movie itself that will not play any sound. No idea what the hell is wrong here.
    Last edited by tralalala; 06-04-2007 at 11:54 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    I found this.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wikipedia
    Both music and movie DVDs allow delivery of DTS audio tracks. But DTS was not part of the original DVD specification (1997), so early DVD players did not recognize DTS audio tracks at all. The DVD specification was revised to allow optional inclusion of DTS audio tracks. The DVD title must carry one or more primary audio tracks in AC-3 or LPCM format (in Europe, MPEG-1 is also an allowed primary track format). The DTS audio track, if present, can be selected by the user. Modern DVD players generally rely on an external home theater receiver to decode DTS audio. DVD players with integrated DTS 5.1 decoders exist, but are not particularly common. Nearly all standalone receivers and many integrated ("home theater in a box") DVD player/receivers manufactured today can decode DTS.

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    using dvdecrypter

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    i am using dvd decrypter..

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    have you tried whacking the disc in your pc to see if you can play the audio with powerdvd player or something along those lines.

    if it plays in your pc then chances are your dvd player is at fault.

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    lightshow's Avatar Asleep at the wheel
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    When your playing the dvd, use your remote to see if you can switch between audio tracks.

    movie - video track 1
    5.1 audio - audio - track 1
    dts audio - audio - track 2
    spanish audio - audio - track 3
    etc.

    So maybe they cut out the audio track 1 (whatever it was) and you need to switch to audio track 2.

    That would explain special features working since it is usually just one audio track regardless of how many audio track the main movie has.
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