Answers to your questions:
1. Yes, recording via UHF DVB-T connection.
2. This is where my ignorance comes in, how can you tell which audio I am receiving. I can only see the recording settings for audio but not audio format when receiving. I saw in one of the topics about AAC patch. I will try this out when I get home if this works out. No idea what audio I am receiving. Would appreciate if you let me know how to identify.
3. Yes I am trying to burn as true DVD video so I can watch via any DVD player, unfortunately no sound is generated. I have tried Nero 8, Sony Vegas, even Cyberlink MakeDVD (which cannot even play the PowerCinema file).
Let me know if there are any more questions to clarify my DVD burn no audio issue. Thanks for the response btw.
TinyTim: Do you get sound when playing back the recording (or watching live TV) on your PC? if not you probably need the AAC patch. If there is some way of telling which audio format PowerCinema is receiving I'd love to know.
The files plays ok with PowerCinema and PowerDVD, both from CyberLink, funny thing is once I start to edit video for a DVD burn I lose audio even on a Cyberlink MakeDVD software. That is why I am puzzled, and yet it says in their website that MakeDVD is an enhancement to PowerCinema. Hope you advise.
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