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NERO 6 popping and clicking audio in "ShowTime"

Discussion in 'High resolution audio' started by Omnis41, Oct 9, 2004.

  1. Omnis41

    Omnis41 Member

    Oct 9, 2004
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    Hi friends,

    I am new to the forum and need some technical help.
    Hopefully, someone can address my problem since NERO support will not respond.

    Recently, i purchased and installed NERO 6 (retail version)i DL'd all the latest patches along with the latest Creative Labs Audigy 2ZS updates.
    Whenever i try to play my "Iron Maiden" Rock in Rio concert DVD (retail version, non-copy; i note a lot of clicking and popping in the audio, although the couple of DVD movies i own appear to sound proper?
    Oddly, if i play the latter title using Windows Media Player or NDVD the sound is perfect!
    I would appreciate any help concerning my dilemma as to how i can correct the above Nero "Showtime" issue.
    I would really like to use NERO full time since the burner along with the interface is kewl!

    3.2G P4 (Latest BIOS)
    1G ram
    PNY 6800 ultra video (latest driver)
    Creative Audigy 2ZS Platinum (latest drivers)
    Sony DR700U DVD/R/W/CD double layer (latest drivers & Firmware)
    JBL Creature 2.1 speakers & subwoofer
    Viewsonic PB201b LCD monitor
    Windows XP SP2 (all updates)


  2. DogBomb

    DogBomb Regular member

    Jun 18, 2003
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    Play the DVD on a stand-alone player just to make sure it's not that the DVD is faulty. About the crackling/poping, I know Creative Lab sound cards had alot of complaints about that, but that was with the Live! cards. I'd check the sound card before Nero.
  3. jimmyfro5

    jimmyfro5 Guest

    I just captured a music video using NERO and burned it to DVD+r USING nero, It crackles and pops? However, when I use PVR software that came with the video capture card, the problem doesn't exist.

    Anyone have a clue?

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