Hey, Doublehamm… this is


Hey, Doublehamm… this is a long shot, but I had a similar problem several years ago with a DVD program I was working on, [I can’t remember what it was] And I did some experimenting, laying a LOT of black,then a little, to see if it was the black that was causing the problem, and it was.

The DVD program wouldn’t “read” the black space at the beginning and end of the piece. So I ‘tricked’ it into thinking there was some information there by laying a very low tone or white noise audio track in the black area, and faded it down right before it got to the actual video. That worked for me, and no one caught the noise because it was so low.

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