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I am new to mac so I need a little help. I am trying to create a dvd from several avi files using toast 9. The dvd's play fine but there is no sound, this has happened on two separate attempts.

I have heard that iDVD will convert avi's to dvd but I couldn't figure out how to do this. Can someone point me toward a tutorial? THanks
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There are probably other ways but I use DivX Doctor II - AVI to MOV Convertor to convert .avi's to .mov and then use Toast.
Make sure "Decompress Audio" is checked.

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Try using Perian but extend Quicktimes codec support. If you can then get sound playing them in Quicktime, then Toast will burn them OK

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