Hi, I'm hoping someone with an HDR FOX T2 has come across this before as its proving a bit tricky to search for! HD recordings transferred to a PC playback perfectly in all recent VLC releases...except for the AAC (MP4a) audio. Best way to describe it is whenever the audio peaks, some kind of 'clipping' occurs and the volume level drops down to something fainter and quickly recovers back to normal, until the next peak triggers it again. In sonically busy scenes, this turns into a complete mess. Funny thing is, the sound plays back perfectly in media player classic home cinema (with the latest klite codec pack), but picture stability has a hard time due to skipping/fast forwarding small sections in what looks like an attempt to keep in sync with the sound. Both players use their own install of FFDShow, but each uses a different plugin to handle the sound. Its not the sound card or drivers but the way vlc handles the audio format. I have only found the exact same problem on Doom9s forums, with someone trying to play back an HD recording made with a Panasonic Freeview HD box on vlc. His solution was to use mpc-hc, as I guess he had no picture problems with it. Any advice please?