[QUOTE=cholla;2634636]@ SpoiledBarbz ,
I saw your post in the other thread since the problem is the same I decided to post in the new one you started .
To start with I’ve used windows movie maker very little so I’m not sure what type files it creates or which Audio codec it uses.
It may be that DVDFlick has a problem with the Audio codec windows movie maker uses.
Can you play the A/V files you create with windows movie maker with a media player like VLC ?
Those would be the files before using DVDFlick.
If you don’t need to convert the files to DVD compliant format you can burn with ImgBurn instead . DVDFlick itself is not a burner it uses ImgBurn to do its burns. So unless you need conversion DVDFlick isn’t needed.
For needing a dual core or even more CPU . These handle conversion faster but my old backup computer has an old single core & DVDFlick works with it . It is just very slow.
So first try the files from windows movie maker in VLC on your computer & see how they sound. If they sound good then we know the problem is later in the process.[/QUOTE]ok i played back the copy on the hard drive, it opened up with dvd player, and it also played great in windows media…It was created with windows movie maker and it sound and looks great…burned it straight from the windows movie maker to dvd+r and still no luck still sound horrible…HELP PLEASE