I recently bought a HP moviewriter dc3000 which is basicly a external
writer and videocapturingcard in one. I'm new into burning DVDs and
I have a big problem with the audioquality: One would expect at least CD-quality audio on the DVDs that you burn..I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but all the results I get are with poor audioquality,like you're listening to a mp3 sampled at 64kbs or something! This is what I do: I make for example a slideshow with
software like Arc Showbiz(came with the burner) and/or windows XP's own Moviemaker(5.1), I put a high quality 320kbs mp3 file underneath
and I save it as a high quality PAL video (mpg2 with Arc and wmv with moviemaker). When I play the video on my PC the audioquality is as I expect, very good. Then I use Arc Showbiz to actually design
the DVD and burn it onto a DVD+R disc, and when I listen to the final DVD it changed into this poor audioquality. I can't find
any menu to check and change the audio quality before I push the
burning knob in the program. By the way, I also tried Roxio Easy DVD
creator 6 and I'm getting the same results, so I don't think it has
anything to do with the burningsoftware?
I hope someone can help...