N/APosted on - 01/16/2012
Microsoft offers Windows Media Encoder on a computer with a RAM and a processor GEG, GEG 3 on XP SP3. Video shown at first, but when they come to encode the audio to keep the video still missing. Help.
Windows Media Encoder- encoding problem for video and audio
The problem here might be with how you are carrying out the encoding process. There is a procedure that will enable you to have the audio alone ripped from the video and I suspect that is what you are doing. You will therefore need that during the encoding process; you set the media encoder to encode both video and audio so that your end result will be a video that has still sound. You will just need to open the media encoding applications, and then go to its setting or preferences; the option for setting the encoding format will be there.