I have made a video slide show, running to 43 mins., in Windows Movie Maker, which I want to burn to DVD so that it can be viewed on any TV. I have Nero 7 Ultra Edition, and went through all the steps, setting everything for best quality and setting the burn speeed at x4, using a disc which was rated for x16. The result is a video with clear images (though rather brighter than the original) and a narration which is perfectly in sinc, but which sounds tinny - as if it has been recorded from the speakers of a small cassette player. How can I get better quality audio?
We have delivered some of the wdnwois for the project, and are working to complete the rest. I have a great interest in how it was done back in the day , the arch top window that was set in the gable had a very interesting lamination for the jamb. Full length board was used, and the back of the jamb was cross cut nearly through it, it was bent to the arch and a strong-back was attached at multiple points to retain the form. We were able to salvage the arch jamb and cleaned up the charring, prime a coat of epoxy resin, re laminate the inner surface and stops, then encapsulate the components in epoxy resin and re-prime. The window jamb is now re-installed in the building. Bremik Construction is doing a great job putting it back together. We are in the process of building a new arch sash as it was, back in the day . Ray