jeremy at jdli.net
Thu Feb 1 19:12:57 UTC 2007
On Thursday 01 February 2007 14:03:46 D. R. Evans wrote:
> I have some non-commercial DVDs of presentations that I am trying to copy.
> k9copy works fine except that the audio is terrible, on some DVDs the
> speech is so choppy as to be incomprehensible (some people would say
> that I was probably incomprehensible on the original :-) )
> There don't seem to be any adjustments to audio quality that I can
> see. Does anyone know k9copy does to create the audio track, and how I
> could increase the quality (even at the cost of decreased video
> quality)? Or is there some other program I should be using?
> (I can't just do a DVD-to-DVD copy, because the originals are
> dual-layer, and the target disks are single-layer.)
Sometimes with k9copy I have to decrease the speed of the burn process to keep
the quality. This may or may not help but worth a try. Actually, with one
of my last burns I reduced it to the very lowest level that my burner would
do. Hope this helps.
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