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OK, I have an AVI file that plays perfectly in VLC. But when I open it with Quicktime, the video is fine, but the audio does not work. It says I am missing a plugin, but I couldn't figure out which one I needed.

I decided to make a DVD of the avi with iDVD. After it was finished burning, I tried to play it, and only the video worked.

I don't understand why it plays just fine in VLC and it won't work in Quicktime. Also, I am really upset that iDVD won't burn it with the sound. Is this because iDVD uses Quicktime to render everything. I don't know what to do ... Help please!!!
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i've seen that too, and couldn't figure out what quicktime plug-in to add.

sorry i can't help, but i'd love to know the answer too!

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Have you recently downloaded Audacity ???
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http://www.mactcp.org.nz/quicktime/ I use the codec at the bottom and that took care of all of my avi audio problems in quicktime

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Thank you so much. That a52codec fixed everything. Yayyyy!!!
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Thanks - I had a similar problem.
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http://www.mactcp.org.nz/quicktime/ I use the codec at the bottom and that took care of all of my avi audio problems in quicktime
I'm so glad I searched before making a new thread becuase this fixed my problem! Thanks!
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thanks so much!

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http://www.mactcp.org.nz/quicktime/ I use the codec at the bottom and that took care of all of my avi audio problems in quicktime
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