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Sound On PS 3 distorted while playing Home Slideshow

I Burned a Home Slideshow to a Sony DVD-R disk. When I tried to play it back in my PS3 the Video was OK but the Audio was distorted and Volume varied up and down.
The DVD output volume plays fine on my Computer and my PS2. The PS3 is connected to a Mitsubishi 52 inch TV via HDML cable, all games play fine and there is know problem with Game Audio.
Any ideas why I am having this problem?
Thanks for any help.

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If it plays on a PC fine.

This points to where you question the Home Slideshow maker if they know how to accommodate the PS3. It sounds to me like a choice of audio encoding but as you only supplied Home Slideshow and no details I can't write anything more specific.
Bob

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Slideshow Brand

Bob

The name is Wondershare DVD Slide Show Builder Deluxe. It does give you the option of saving to a ISO file. So maybe I can find another Burn program that supports the PS3.

System Info:
My Computer is Home Built Asus Motherboard, Dual Intel Processor, Intel Chip-set running Windows Xp S3, 2GBs Ram, 2 DVD Burners and 4 Hard Drives Total of 1.8 TB's. All Drivers are up to date.

Mike

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Not an ISO or burn issue.

It's the choice of audio encoding. It's also not a matter of the host OS on the PC.

Bob

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Bob,

I figured that, I was just following the "If you're asking for technical help and etc." in Red below "Please read before posting".
I'll look for a audio encoder. Do you think that the problem might also be some type of a Copy Write Protection?

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I doubt it's copyright protection.

I don't own that app so I can't check menus for options to put the audio to say 128K bit MP3 which plays everywhere I try. You may encounter folk that always opt for HD AUDIO or 320K MP3 and create issues like this one. But I can't tell because I can't find a manual for that app.
Bob

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