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    If I rememner rightly, this was your very first problem Choosing PCM audio on the first screen of the TMPGenc wizard meant you ended up with elementary streams (seperate video and audio), which you couldn't use in your Ulead DVD authoring app .

    Apologies, but I'm from the UK and every single DVD I've made using MPG audio has worked on a whole host of DVD players. So unfortunately my experience is based on this (but I've learnt a new thang now!). The DVD standard dicatates at least one layer of PCM or Dolby Digital audio - this isn't necesarily to ensure it plays, but to ensure it meets the quality standard of the DVD medium (as I say almost all PAL players support compressed audio - wierd, huh?). In fact DTS audio isn't a DVD standard, so you'll see an extra layer of PCM audio on DTS encodec discs.

    It seems that PAL players are happy to play compressed audio, whereas NTSC players in the main require uncompressed audio. So you'll have to choose Linear PCM audio in the first wizard screen of TMPGENC.

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    I'm using TMPGenc Plus v2.512.58.169. I get the following option when in the wizard:



    Maybe it's not in the free version? I know mrlipring thinks my faith in tmpgenc is misguided - might be worth sending him an email to see what he thinks is a better encoder...

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    Just downloading the new version...

    UPDATE - Still get the same option! Going to try uninstalling and then installing...

    Ok, same thing happened again. Must just be your templates, put this template http://www.marcpeters.co.uk/DVD-NTSC-PCM.mcf in C:\Program Files\Pegasys Inc\TMPGEnc Plus 2.5\Template (or wherever you installed TMPGenc) that should give you the option of PCM...

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    Right click on the link and save as (clicking on the link just gives a .txt file), then select "all files in the drop down box.

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    Were you able to use the template I provided in TMPGenc? Did you successfully encode to PCM (strictly speaking that should read "leave the audio as uncompressed PCM audio" )?

    If so, it should be *exactly* the same steps as before...

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