[access-uk] Re: DigiTV recording help

Hi Dean

I'm not sure why you're just getting hiss - if you recorded a programme with AD enabled, you usually get digital distortions, which are drop-outs clicks and pops. The AD channel on its own is completely silent so can't introduce hiss.

However, you are correct that ITV, channel 4 and 5 routinely broadcast the AD channel even when the programme is not audio described.

If you are sure that the noise in the goldwave mp3 file is from the multiplexed AD channel, then the solution is to play the mp2 file in digiTV whilst simultaneously recording it in goldwave.

If you cant't achieve this, then there is a way of demultiplexing the audio, but it is complicated. If you want to try that then send me an email off list to:

stephen.tina@xxxxxxxxxxxx

and I will send you instructions.

Steve Green

----- Original Message ----- From: "Dean Wilcox" <wilcoxdean@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, May 26, 2008 11:27 PM
Subject: [access-uk] DigiTV recording help


Hi,I recorded something from the TV using DigiTV but when I convert it to MP3 using GoldWave and play it back in Windows Media player it is hissing. I think this is because I didn't uncheck the audio description box in settings even though there was no audio description in the program, but maybe it recorded the channel anyway,. So my question is can I get Goldwave to take this channel out or can't I do it this way as an MP3.

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