Creating disks in Ulead Video Studio causes audio to disappear

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I have a Second Edition Ulead Video Studio version 10.0.0110.0. This uvs.ini file is saved in three different locations on my drive. The one that is saved at C:Program FilesUlead SystemsUlead VideoStudio SE DVDUlead.dat can be edited and the value can be set to 1. When I run Video Studio and open up a .mod file, the audio can heard at while it is being previewed but when I click on create disc, the soundtrack cannot be heard and another location is displayed on the pop up window

"C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication DataUlead SystemsUlead VideoStudio SE10.0 goes back to PlayAC3=0 & DecodeAC3=0."

The .ini file that is saved in another location C:Documents and SettingsBryonApplication DataUlead SystemsUlead VideoStudio SE10.0contains very little information on it.




MgcCompare=H:Program FilesUlead SystemsUlead VideoStudio SE DVDpppTmplList.mgc













Any help on this matter?

Answered By 590495 points N/A #136404

Creating disks in Ulead Video Studio causes audio to disappear


This problem I think is within the program. If you have already used this program before without encountering any problems with it, I think you should do a clean installation again. It is possible that the application may already have some corrupted files which normally happens and can not be avoided.

But first, you should uninstall it first from your machine. After removing it, check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. Then after that, install Ulead Video Studio again. This will fix any corrupted files in the installation and restores the settings back to default.

Try it again after the installation. But if you still encounter some other problems even after reinstalling it, you can try upgrading it. If you are using an older version of Ulead, try installing Ulead Video Studio 11.5. Visit:

And then, download this version. This version works on Windows 98, Windows 2000, and Windows XP.

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