Many people including you may come across the same problem: when burning videos to DVDs (especially AVI videos) with Windows DVD Maker, there is no sound but the image is fine. In this article, I'll provides users with four avaiable solutions to solve Windows DVD Maker no sound problem.
Note that the first solution can let you avoid this trouble, helping you achieve the goal of buring DVDs quickly and easily. So, if you could do without Windows DVD Maker, you can use a better DVD burning tool - Wondershare DVD Creator. This app supports almost any video format input and all popular recordable disc types: DVD–5 and DVD–9; DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD+R DL, DVD-R DL, DVD-RAM. Most importantly, it works more stably and the operation is very simple. Just follow the guide below to burn any video to DVD.
1 Import your videos to this great DVD burner
To add video files, you just click the "+Import" button in this app's pane to load the videos you want. If need, click the "↑“ or "↓" option at the bottom of this window to re-arrange these added videos.
2Make a DVD menu
In the Menu window, select one of your favorite DVD menu templates to customize your own DVD menu by simply adding buttons, text, images, or background music etc. (Note: this app also offers a lot of video editing tools.)
3 Burn videos to DVDs
Preview your project. Then, insert a blank DVD disc, go to "Burn" window, tick the "Burn to disc" option and click the "Burn" button on the bottom right corner of this window. That's all. A while later, you'll get a writen DVD disc.
In order to eliminate your trouble thoroughly, I strongly recommend Wondershare DVD Creator. With it, you'll no longer be botherd by the Windows DVD Maker no sound issue. Of course, you can choose to take the trouble to try other solution below.
Solution two: Restore Windows DVD Maker settings.
Sometimes, the audio and video filters may cause Windows DVD Maker audio problem. So, you can try to restore this app's settings to factory default settings. To do it, you just open Windows DVD Maker, and then click "Tools">"Options">"Compatibility">"Restore All Defauts". At last, restart it and try to burn a DVD to see whether Windows DVD Maker sound problem has been fixed.
Solution three: Check audio codec and device.
If you preview your video in Windows DVD Maker and there is no sound, you probably don't install the latest drivers for your audio device, or some audio codecs is missing. For the former, you can try to update drivers to fix this problem. please go to http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Update-a-driver-for-hardware-that-isnt-working-properly for more information. For the latter, you can download and install the latest audio codec for Windows DVD Maker from: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx.
Solution four: Check your DVD disc
When your DVD player doesn't support the DVD typle you burnt with Windows DVD Maker, the burnt DVD disc will possibly be played with no sound on the DVD player. The only solution is to change a supported DVD disc to burn (like DVD-R or DVD+R etc).