Ok, This has become so annoying, :sad:
I've resolved this problem before my hard drive got wiped back in 2006 and had this same exact problem, I just can't remember how I had resolved it. So I downloaded the new Nero 8 and thought I'd try out NeroVision 5. But knowing of all the problems NeroVision has always given me in the past I didn't get my hopes up. Sure enough I ended up deleting it and installing Nero 7 (That's what I had on my computer before it got wiped).
Anyways, What I'm trying to do is take a rare music video from a single high quality .VOB File recorded on a DVD Recorder in best quality mode, and replace the audio to Dolby Digital 5.1 from an edited .WAV file from the original CD so it will look and sound good. I have done this before with many music videos, and I used the exact same methods (.VOB file and .WAV Encoded in D.D. 5.1) and it worked perfect.
The problem I'm having now is this, I get perfect picture, looks amazing, But for some reason there is this annoying popping & clicking noise in the background of the audio. I'm doing the exact same thing I did back then, I simply remove the original audio from the .VOB when I rip it from the DVD, then add it to NeroVision, Go to Edit, Mute the volume (To Zero) and add the .Wav file to Audio Track 1. Everything is in sync and is great except the background pops and clicks, I can hear the audio just fine, it's loud and sounds very good, except for the clicking, and I've noticed the clicking is only during the song, when it goes silent there is no more noise at all.
I've tried LPCM, Automatic, 2.0 and STILL The clicking is there, the original .Wav sounds great so it has nothing to do with that.. Could it be a plugin or Codec or something? I know it isn't my files, because it does this with every .VOB and even .Mp3 file I add to it.
Also this is the problem with Nero 8, VisionExpress 5 just simply wouldn't let me put it in 5.1 at all, and when I recorded in LPCM or 2.0 the clicking was there.. So I'm not even sure if it is NeroVision at all.. I keep thinking it's some Codec making the sound do this, Does anyone have any ideas? I want to use NeroVision because of the Dolby Digital 5.1 option and it's fast. It seems other people have had this problem besides me, I just wish I knew what I did to resolve it before..
Help would be seriously appericated.
Thanks in advance!