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Wilf

Sound garbled MYDVD

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I'm running NXT6 PRO
On Windows 10 with all fixes applied
I play the wmv file on my computer, and sound is perfect.
I use MYDVD, successfully burned to DVD. 
Play the dvd on  my comouter and on a dvde player and sound is staticky and gets progressivel worse.
Per Einstein's definition of insanity (repeat an activity multiple times expecting a different result), after trying DVD-R I tried a DL DVD, and same bad sound.
Wondering what I'm doing wrong. I'm pretty sure theis didn't use to happen (pre NXT 6) 
Mistake in installation? Shouldn't use MYDVD?

 

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Wilf: Have you made any headway on this issue?

If you haven't, please list all the steps in your process. Is this audio issue on the burned disc or taking place before you get that far?

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The audio in the WMV  file is fine, no problem.
Burn it with my DVD to a DVD.
Play the DVD on DVD player and the sound gets progressively more garbled.
Try playing the DVD on my computer and same problem.
I did this with DVD-R.



 

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A DVD will hold 1 hour of HQ video. If you try to stuff more onto one it 'fits' by degrading the quality. I won't say that is your issue, just something to keep in mind.

As a test, take the same WMV file into Video Copy and Convert.

For output choose Video then Custom. Select H.264 for Compression and 720 X 480 (NTSC) for Resolution. Data Rate should fill in at 8,000 kbps. This will save the file as an mp4 with the same name. (look in Video - My Movies)

Now with our test file, start a new MyDVD project and use that file. You can 'burn' that file to a Folder instead of using a disc, than Play that as a DVD. If it works OK, try a disc.

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