No sound on DVD

  cruiser2 12:42 04 Nov 2008

I am transferring VHS tapes onto DVDs so that I can play them on DVD player. When I am viewing the tapes on my PC I can hear the sound track as well as viewing the images. I can then edit it. But when I play the DVD on the TV through the DVD player,
there is no sound.
I am using a Panasonic Video Cassette Recorder Model NV-HV61EB.I am using PowerProducer 4 to capture the tapes onto my PC, with a cable from the scart socket on the back of the VHs recorder to a 2.0 USB socket on the PC.
I am using a 4.7 GB DVD+RW which palys on the Sony RDR-HXD710 DVD player.
I have Windows Xp with 2Gb of memory on my PC.
Why cannot I get sound on the DVD player?

  geedad 12:55 04 Nov 2008

Have you made sure that the PowerProducer 4 sound button is ON. Sometimes this is overlooked when trying to convert and edit tapes. I nearly missed this one once when using PowerProducer, because on my version, it scaled vertically on the right hand side. I hope you can solve the problem. I use Sony Giga Pocket to save my copies to, then use another program to edit and save them as DVD playable discs.
Good luck!

  cruiser2 18:12 04 Nov 2008

I am not sure what you mean by the SOUND button. There is a button below the screen which controls the volume as the picture is displayed as I am down loading from the VHS tape. This shows if the sound is muted on or off.
There is a slide at the bottom of the screen but I have not been able to move this from the left hand side. Could this be the one which is on the right hand side of the screen?

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