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  1. I have a DVD that I use for a class I teach. It is an original, but it is old, and I think it was created poorly from a VHS original (not sure).

    When I play the DVD on any of my TVs (using multiple DVD players), the sound is terrible! You can't hear it, even with the volume all the way up.

    When I play it in the computer, using VLC, it works just fine.

    I really need this to work in a regular DVD player. I could also work with it if I had it in AVI format, as I have and Iomega ScreenPlay Pro. Is there some way I can bring the volume up, or do something to fix it?

    Thanks!
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Try convert it to avi with mp3, use for example autogk, handbrake. If the audio is still low in the avi mp3 just run https://forum.videohelp.com/topic314909.html
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    I had a similar problem but I was using a multi scart when I unplugged the VCR and sat from the multi scart the volume skyrocketed and I was estatic! Try using a direct connection between tv and dvd if u aint already.

    U could try converting the vids using Super video converter and increase the DB output in the conversion options
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    Demux the DVD, to get separate video and audio files.

    Boost the volume of the AC3 audio using the method here: https://forum.videohelp.com/topic317891.html

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    The video will look exactly the same.
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