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  1. My 24/96 .WAV mixes play back perfectly in QuickTime or iTunes. Toast's (TT v15.1) Audio CD window accepts these files, but playback from the window is crackly, and a burned CD sounds the same. No good! I know the CD spec doesn't support 24/96, but isn't Toast supposed to be able to convert from that, to burn a CD?
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    Colour Distortion

    Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus. Win10Pro i3 processor Intel HD Graphics I have color distortion on the Onscreen monitor/recording window image. Goes for every VHS videos. I played a VHS video in my old WINXP machine using Plextor digital converter, and the picture there is just beautiful. It is actually more clearer and cripsier than on the TV screen. But, but.. I can't record in that software. "Record error" it says. And since my EVD3 license is for one computer, I probably can't install it on the other computer. Have tried other VHS recording software like AVS video recorder, Golden Videos VHS to DVD Converter and Veedub64. No difference. Ran off and bougt me a new cable. Scart connection on the VCR side and S-Video on the USB dongle side. The result was even worse. I'm located in Europe and using the PAL system, though my VCR also handles the NTSC system. Anyone any clue? Thanks for your attention! --
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