When you created those MPG files, did you have multiplexing set to ON or OFF ???
If ON, you should have a single file with sound and video
If OFF, you will have a separate sound file
Thanks for responding. When I play the mpg file on Windows Media player I can hear the sound. I'm sure the sound track is in the file.
That does help, but there are some considerations. Playback from a simple player is very different than editing that file with its Audio in an NLE program.
The reason that I asked about what G-Spot, or MediaInfo says about the Audio is to find out if it's in a format that PrE can handle.
Now, PrE is a fairly liberal and sophisticated program, when handling Audio. It internally converts many formats and specs. to 32-bit, floating point for accurate editing. This is done in the Conforming process. At the same time, the PEK file (Waveform Display) is created too. One possible problems is that the Conforming did not complete, and PrE cannot get its necessary info from the CFA file. This ARTICLE will give you more background and also offer some hints on letting the Conforming process complete.