Quote: Originally Posted by Spottedfeather
Sure, post away ! Did you do anything to the file, or just make the dvd files ?
The only thing I did to the original clip was to cut the first few seconds out as that was where the capture process started and just contained some blank frames and gobbledegook. That started the clip at the main film opening. I then just shortened the clip to make uploading to the server a bit quicker. Absolutely no other editing at all. Just rendered to the DVD folders.
What I found with the original clip that I downloaded was that the sound was fine. No hissing at all. I tried it on my two PC's and my laptop and on a friends' PC all the same. I could only conclude that it was a problem with Spottedfeathers sound card or speakers on his laptop. The way to check this SF is to try a pair of headphones connected to your laptop. If the hissing is still there then it is the sound card. Installing up to date drivers might help this. If the hissing has gone then it is the actual speaker in the laptop that is at fault anfd there is precious little you can do about that.
Have you managed to burn the DVD folders to a disc and try that in a DVD player attached to a TV?
If any other member is prepared to download the two DVD folders, burn them to a DVD and try that in a PC and/or TV that would prove the point. Just post here and I will PM you the link to the download.