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My Dvd8


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I have EMC 8 installed on an Opteron 150 2.6ghz, 1Gb Ram, ATi 550x Vid, 250 SATA. I have an ECS Mobo with onboard Nvidia sound.

 

My problem is when I go into MyDVD

 

I can add the movies and change everthing, but when I hit the preview button the sound is all messes up. :)

 

Its staticy and overloud. All of my other sound-oreinted programs are working fine. I have this product running on my HP Laptop woithout issue

 

Could anyone help me with this? I really like this product and I built this computer specifically for rendering movies.

 

Thanks

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I have EMC 8 installed on an Opteron 150 2.6ghz, 1Gb Ram, ATi 550x Vid, 250 SATA. I have an ECS Mobo with onboard Nvidia sound.

 

My problem is when I go into MyDVD

 

I can add the movies and change everthing, but when I hit the preview button the sound is all messes up. :)

 

Its staticy and overloud. All of my other sound-oreinted programs are working fine. I have this product running on my HP Laptop woithout issue

 

Could anyone help me with this? I really like this product and I built this computer specifically for rendering movies.

 

Thanks

Well Fellas, I fixed it with a little tweek of the Audio driver in control panel. I turned off the audio hardware acceleration. I t seens to have fixed the problem

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I have EMC 8 installed on an Opteron 150 2.6ghz, 1Gb Ram, ATi 550x Vid, 250 SATA. I have an ECS Mobo with onboard Nvidia sound.

 

My problem is when I go into MyDVD

 

I can add the movies and change everthing, but when I hit the preview button the sound is all messes up. :)

 

Its staticy and overloud. All of my other sound-oreinted programs are working fine. I have this product running on my HP Laptop woithout issue

 

Could anyone help me with this? I really like this product and I built this computer specifically for rendering movies.

 

Thanks

I've heard this often from users with onboard audio. It appears that this has no effect on the final project. To test, use an RW disc and see how it works out.

Some with similar problems have had luck by updating the drivers for their motherboard. If one is available, try that out.

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