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When I tick double acceleration, the dts analog sound skips.


I use an r8500 + 6071xp + Delta 410 and B05.020C00.3892.06PBDTIH0S.


PowerDVD XP works fine (with sub 10% CPU utilisation!)


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Its working great for me, running 6071me and the lastest beta driver.


Have you downloaded the lastest version from intervideo? they released a new update about a week ago.
 

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CAnnot find this update on intervideo website.


could you please be more precise about where did you obtain it ?


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I have a similar problem with my system. My audio card is Audigy, but if I put on hardware acceleration (Radeon 32DDR) my audio starts skipping and buzzing. This is with Dolby Digital, not DTS. Hmmmm........
 

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my audigy does the samething with the buzzing. try clicking analog sound card button then apply then click s/sdif button and apply,buzzing stops and plays 5.1 sound.it's a pain in the ass but it works.also it does it in xp and win 2000. i haven't been able to get 5.1 to work in win98.for those interested in buying windvd4 .don't
 

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CAnnot find this update on intervideo website.


could you please be more precise about where did you obtain it ?


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Intervideo don't release patches as Cyberlink, they release new full packages.


It's the standard download at their site, they don't see any reason for saving the old ones I guess.
 

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WinDVD 3.1 plays my buddies wedding DVD-R just fine, but in WinDVD 4.0 the speed of both audio and video is too fast and the sound has pops and cracks.


Anyone else see or test this?
 

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Yep,


I am having similar problems too with WinDVD4. It is playing too fast and the only way to make it play normally is to mute the audio?



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