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    Garbled audio

    Thanks. I'll try your suggestions and get back to you.
    Dogeyrog

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  • cybertrix
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    Is the audio constantly garbled or just losing the odd frame?

    A few things to check:

    Does the disc contain multiple audio tracks?

    Do you know what format the audio is in? (eg. Dolby / MPEG / PCM?)

    A way to get around this - which is a sensible thing to do - is to encode the ripped M2P streams into HQ using Procoder. That way Edius isn't constantly having to reference a long GOP format. It might take half an hour, but we all have enough hard disk space these days.

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    Audio can sometimes glitch and become corrupt from a CD that is ripped too fast, or if you have a cheap optical drive.

    With a DVD I’ve had a similar problem and used a different optical drive and it worked.

    I don’t think you can slow the read speed in Edius …..

    Good luck.

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    Audio garbled when using DiscCapture

    I am running Edius 4 and trying to import a DVD for editing.
    The DVD plays fine in Media Player but when I import the footage and play back in Edius all the Audio is garbled ?

    Arghgh what can be causing this.?

    Thanks

    Rog
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