How to Solve Windows DVD Maker No Sound Problem
Perhaps you've encountered Windows DVD Maker no sound on the burnt DVD problem as many other people do. Well, this does occur especially for AVI videos and below are some tips to fix the problem.
1. Restore settings and try again
Sometimes the no sound problem is caused by improper settings. To fix the issue, you can restore the settings to default and try again to see whether it's OK. To restore Windows DVD Maker settings, run it and click Tools > Options > Compatibility > Restore All Defaults. Then restart it and burn to see whether the problem has been fixed.
2. Check audio device and codec
It's likely that when your preview your video in Windows DVD Maker, you can't hear the sound. If this is the case, then check to see whether you've installed the latest drivers for your audio device. For more detailed information about how to update drivers, please refer to http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Update-a-driver-for-hardware-that-isnt-working-properly
Another possible reason why there is no sound on the DVD burnt with Windows DVD Maker is that there are some audio codecs missing from your system. You'll need to install the latest codec. You can download audio codec for Windows DVD Maker at: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx
3. Change a DVD disc
Please check whether your DVD player supports the disc you burn since some DVD players can only play some kinds of DVD discs. For instance, if the burnt DVD is a DVD-R while your DVD player can only play DVD-R, then the Windows DVD Maker burnt DVD no sound problem will occur.
4. Turn to other DVD burning tools
The best way to fix Windows DVD Maker no sound problem is to turn to other DVD burner programs, which work more stably and have a higher compatibility with video formats. Here Aimersoft DVD Maker for Windows is highly recommended as the best Windows DVD Maker alternative to burn DVD from any video formats like MP4, MOV, MKV, FLV, WMV, AVI, M2TS, ASF, AVCHD, RMVB, etc. Just forget Windows DVD Maker and never be bothered by the Windows DVD Maker no audio problem.
The main interface of Aimersoft DVD Creator is as below and you can finish burning in three simple steps.
Step 1: Click Import to add the videos you want to burn to the program and organize the video sequences and DVD titles.
Step 2. Edit videos and custom DVD menus (Optional). You can click the Edit button beside each video clip to open the Video Edit window to crop, rotate, trim videos, etc. For DVD menus, go to the Menu tab and choose a DVD menu template, then customize the DVD menu with your favorite button, image, music, etc.
Step 3. Go to the Burn tab, insert a DVD disc (DVD-5, DVD-9, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, etc.) into your computer's hard drive and start burning your videos to DVD.