DTS Audio Discs



brentromero
07-09-2005, 10:53 PM
I have a number of DTS audio discs and am wondering if WMP 10 has a codec
plug-in for this. I looked on the MS website but couldn't locate one. I
have the CyberLink DTS plug-in but it only recognizes video discs with DTS.

DTS audio is outstanding, BTW, if you haven't checked it out.
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brentromero

Byte
07-09-2005, 10:53 PM
I do not have DTS, but found this on the Net, it may of some help.
Generally, disks that appear to have only DTS audio will have a silent AC3
track in track one to overcome compatability issues. Assuming you have only
DTS to work with, you need to

1. Demux the DTS track and video from the authored disk
2. Seperate the DTS track into 6 discrete mono wav files
3. Re-encode the 6 mono wav files into an AC3 5.1 audio file
4. Reauthor the disk to put the audio back with the video.
5. Test thoroughly for audio sync problems before burning.

How you do each of these steps depends on what software you have available -
look in the guides section to your left for specifics.

Video/AudioHelp.com - Tools
http://www.videohelp.com/tools?toolsearch=&s=&orderby=Name&hits=50&convert=&dvdauthorfeatures=41&listuser=&Submit=Search+or+List+tools
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"brentromero" wrote:

> I have a number of DTS audio discs and am wondering if WMP 10 has a codec
> plug-in for this. I looked on the MS website but couldn't locate one. I
> have the CyberLink DTS plug-in but it only recognizes video discs with DTS.
>
> DTS audio is outstanding, BTW, if you haven't checked it out.
> --
> brentromero


DTS Audio Discs