The resultant Wizard Of Oz UHD file in which DTS is converted to DD has (what we called in my turntable days) wow & flutter, or simply, the audio speeds up and slows down. Multiple conversions - same problem. whether the source is .iso or .m2ts is irrelevant. whether it's played on the TV or on PC is irrelevant. I use Anydvd to load the .iso on the HD for conversion. Nothing is running in the background. Video conversion is lossless. The rips are all good. The source file plays fine and the problem does not occur with audio converted to AAC. The problem is only noticeable in songs starting at the 24 minute point, but may exist throughout. I only want to buy CloneBD for DTS→DD. Is it the Trial version???