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Old 2013-02-16, 03:38 PM
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fixing DVD audio tracks / reauthoring videos

Hi, I'm new to dvd editing. I've received some DVDs which only have one audio channel, meaning they are true mono, it's either the left or right channel missing. is there a way to copy the one channel that has the sound to the other channel? What software would I need and is there any free software that is capable to do it?

also I do have some short videos in VOB format which I would like to put onto one dvd because I see no point burning a 5min performance onto one disc, while the disc has way more space for more stuff. is there a free dvd author tool, with simple user interface that can do this? like creating a Video_ts folder, containing multimple vobs, with a simple menu?

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Re: fixing DVD audio tracks / reauthoring videos

You can extract the audio (demux) and use something like audacity (freeware) to make two channels. It will still be mono, but 2-channel instead of one.

There are a lot of different authors around ranging from free to expensive. Have a look here: http://www.videohelp.com/tools/sections/authoring-dvd and take your pick, Nero will author as well.
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Re: fixing DVD audio tracks / reauthoring videos

dvd audio extractor also work then just re create the 2nd channel with a copy and paste
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Old 2013-02-17, 03:10 PM
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Re: fixing DVD audio tracks / reauthoring videos

Thanks for the hint on audacity, I got it all sorted now. demuxed the audio, downloaded an ac3 plugin for audacity to make the fake stereo, reauthored the stuff in TMPGEncDVDAuthor including the new audio track.
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