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So I'm trying to make a DVD out of 3 .mp4 files. All together the files equal 2.6gb. I made the .mp4's with Nero Encode, from 3 DVDs of a presentation/conference thing. The DVDs didn't have an AUDIO_TS folder (which seems weird), but the sound is on there somehow because when you play each DVD you hear it and the .mp4's all have sound as well when I play them on my PC.
I'm using FAVC to put them together. When I'm done I get a DVD that looks great but has no sound. I have it keeping the working files and I see that it is creating an AUDIO_TS folder, but it's empty.
I've tried every option on the audio tab (which sucks, because it takes 45 minutes or so and really slows down my PC) with no luck. I've also tried to change the .mp4's to AVIs with handbrake, but it just created 0 byte files immediately.
Anyone have a suggestion of what I can do? I'd prefer not to go straight from the 3 source DVDs to the new DVD as disc 2 has 30 minutes of nothing at the end (camera ran out of film/memory I'm assuming, it points at the ceiling right before it goes gray).