I am trying to render a video (that is not a .dvd file) with audio using Blender. So far, I haven't had any success; all of my rendered clips have had the audio missing from the playback. I've tried a couple of different encoding and output options but nothing has worked so far (except for a .dvd file that I rendered originally).
What are my options for rendering a video with working audio?
The solution comes from Richard Antalik, at developer.blender.org
Enable Sequencer in Output Properties > Post Processing panel.
In Blender 3.0 the Output Properties (tab) is where you define the size of your output, where to output your file to, encoding for video and audio, etc. You will also find in the same tab the Post Processing panel with compositing and sequencer check boxes. Put a check on the Sequencer.
Running Blender from the terminal with --verbose I was notified that the audio fails because of a problem with ffmpeg (I'm using ffmpeg from packman repo on opensuse leap 15.4 instead of from the opensuse repo).