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Movie audio 'flutters/warbles'

When i watch a DVD on my pc with cyberlink, the picture is fine but the audio has a sore of fluttering/warbling quality to it. it seems to only affect certain channels--e.g., music and some sound effects may be ok but dialogue is affected, etc. i am using a dell gx280 optiplex w decent processing power and RAM. i have tried two older versions of cyberlink: originally had v4 and now v5 or 5.5. the problem is the same. i tried changing some of the audio settings in the program. i wonder if there something in terms of a codec or otherwise that could help...? btw, i use that pc for audio (mp3, wav) all the time and no problems. and wathing .avi, .mov, .mpeg files in windows media player does *not* generate the sound problem. thanks for any help.

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Hi Jim

Sometimes this is caused if you have several players installed, or other programs running in the background that have their own players. If you do have a number of other programs running, try disabling them. You can also open the "Sound and Audio Devices" properties by going to the control panel. Click Audio and change the default setting to a different player. make a note of the player you are using so you can put everything back.

Hope this helps

Posted on Feb 21, 2008

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Might be that cyberlink is the problem or the codec it uses. I would also recommend using VLC, and see if it has issues.
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

I like VLC, it will pretty much play any media file, and I do mean any media file. If window media player can not play a file, VLC should. And the best part, its free.

If its your codec, I prefer SLD Codec.
http://www.free-codecs.com/download/SLD_Codec_Pack.htm

Posted on Feb 21, 2008

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