I'm new here. I have a lot of favorite music videos in .vob files and I want to make a DVD's with DVDStyler. Actually I'm using NeroVision Express but in Nero where's no possibility to create a quality menu so I choose DVDStyler. But confronted with some difficulties in audio format. I Choose AC3 48kHz output quality for all clips. Originally in single .vob's sound are perfect but after conversion sounds terribly. I think it's problem with output audio format bitrate quality. It is possible to change bitrate quality in this software? Or to leave original audio track quality? I can't find preferences for this. Or just someone can recommend better freeware DVD authoring software with audio track conversion to LPCM or AC3? I would be greatful
P.S. Sorry for my english.
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Originally Posted by guns1inger
Converting to LPCM gains you nothing and eats a lot of space. It certainly will not give you better quality, and it will lower the number of videos you can put on the disc.
I would just create two title sets and put the 5.1 material in one set, and the 2.0 material int he other.
Otherwise you will have to manually convert all your 5.1 to 2.0 before authoring.