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Hi All,

 

Today I purchased and downloaded Toast Titanium and also purchased and downloaded the HD plug-in. I am having terrible audio distortion with a DVD I created in Roxio Toast.

 

I have an MPEG 2 (720 rez) which plays fine in the app that I created and edited it in (Adobe Premiere CS-5). I am using an iMac (2.93 GHz Intel Core i7) running OSX version 10.6.8. I have 12 GB of 1333 MHz DDR3 RAM installed.

 

Also, the audio is flawless after the MPEG 2 was uploaded to YouTube (in HD 720);

 

Here is a link of the youtube video -

 

However, after creating a DVD with the same program material using Toast, the audio is terribly distorted when played on my DVD player (FYI - no other DVDs have this issue with the player).

 

Anyone know why this might be occurring?

 

Many thanks,

 

Cybersib

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Hi All,

 

Today I purchased and downloaded Toast Titanium and also purchased and downloaded the HD plug-in. I am having terrible audio distortion with a DVD I created in Roxio Toast.

 

I have an MPEG 2 (720 rez) which plays fine in the app that I created and edited it in (Adobe Premiere CS-5). I am using an iMac (2.93 GHz Intel Core i7) running OSX version 10.6.8. I have 12 GB of 1333 MHz DDR3 RAM installed.

 

Also, the audio is flawless after the MPEG 2 was uploaded to YouTube (in HD 720);

 

Here is a link of the youtube video -

 

However, after creating a DVD with the same program material using Toast, the audio is terribly distorted when played on my DVD player (FYI - no other DVDs have this issue with the player).

 

Anyone know why this might be occurring?

 

Many thanks,

 

Cybersib

 

I'm having same problem with creating a blu-ray in toast 11. my original files are fine, my disk image is fine, the audio in the preview/edit window in toast is fine. but after burning, there is distortion and crackling in the audio. driving me nuts. on deadline and can't seem to fix. tried Dolby Digital audio setting (which matches file) and also PCM.

original audio is 48000Hz, ac3 dolby digital as compressed in Encore. (ac3 shouldn't be a problem for toast right?)

help!!

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I have a similar problem creating audio-DVDs on a mac - the original PCM files are fine - but when burnt AND also in preview/edit there is a crackle / static type distortion. The PCM files I have tried are 16/44.1 and 24/44.1 and 24/88.2

 

I do not have anything natively on 24/48 or 24/96 to see if this is a rate upsampling issue.

 

EDIT: as per my other post - my problem fixed using Wave Editor / Izotope to do the sample rate conversion 44.1 -> 48 before importing to Toast.

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