Friday, December 18, 2015

VLC media player suddenly has no sound on Windows 10? Solved!

Many people feedback VLC media player suddenly lost the sound when playing some particular files on Windows 10. There are many reasons could cause the no sound problem. The most common cause is VLC has no built-in codec pack to decode your videos. For this condition, I suggest you to transcode your videos to H.264 MP4 format which is supported by VLC perfectly.

#1. Online Solution

Convertio is a very good solution which supports 2216 Different Conversions online, including Videos, Audios, Documents, EBooks, Images, Archives. It also has advanced PDF tools to merge PDF, compress PDF, unlock PDF, Web Page to PDF if you need.

#2. Local Solution

In this part, I introduce Pavtube Video Converter for you to convert your videos to VLC. This App can not only enable you watch videos in VLC on Windows 10 smoothly, but also let you add some special effects to videos. For example, you can add text, picture, subtitle or even a video footage to your original videos. Besides, it supports for cutting the part you like out for sharing on YouTube, Facebook, etc.

If you want to know about more video converters, please review Top 10 Video Converter Guide. If you want a Mac version, please turn to Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac.


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How to Fix no sound problem in VLC

Step 1. Click "Add Video" button to choose your videos or drag and drop them to this App.

Step 2. Click the format bar and follow "HD Video" to choose "H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)" as the proper format for VLC.

Step 3. Click on the "Convert" button in the main UI to start converting your videos to VLC. After the conversion is over, you can watch your videos in VLC with no problem. Enjoy!

Related Software:
Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate: If you want to watch popular 3D BD movies in VLC, you can try our another software - Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate. This program can help you rip the movies out to VLC with no quality loss.

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