So today Sony released a new firmware update... allowing for DTS-HD to be accepted... no DTS 96/24 or DTS-ES tho.
I have mkv that has DTS audio, I was wondering how I can find out what the properties are of it.
Before the firmware came out I have been trying DTS to ac3 but just can't seem to get it to work(tried a few guide on transcoding), I was doing this so I could use ac3 for mkv2vob.. or will mkv2vob accept the DTS and make it work with my ps3?
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it says just DTS, so would that be the lower grade version then?
I have tried to go about the foobar way with ac3 aften... guess I should try to mono wave....
also tried eac3to but like you mentioned, failure
there was another app... it did dts to mp2 but that would stop at 33.33%
where can I find the DTS plugin for foobar? the one i attached to the program would not work during conversion but would play back the audioSeedin and encoding... Healthy pc life :)
If it's DTS-HD, then it will say so. The "normal" DTS bitrate is ~1500kbps. The size is usually a lot bigger for DTS-HD
Here is the foobar2000 DTS plugin (and the AC3 plugin if anyone else needs it):
The .dll should be unzipped into the components folder (C:\Program Files\foobar2000\components)
I guess its DTS HD since its 1536 bitrate, but since this came off a bluray disk that i ripped it should be... right?
tried the wav conversion, audio quality went down, and it didn't produce 6 different streams like I saw with some of the besweet guides...
hopefully I will be able to find out whether this DTS does work, once I am done with my h264 info then remerge back to mkv then try mkv2vobSeedin and encoding... Healthy pc life :)
I think 1536 kb/s is the normal DTS. DTS-HD is 6Mbit/s for blu-ray. DTS-HD Master is (up to) 24.5Mbit/s! You can have mulitple tracks, perhaps your ripped the wrong one?
I was able to preserve 6 channel by converting DTS=>.wav=>AC3. The .wav=>AC3 was done in megui (but the backend was just aften). The quality shouldn't go down in the .wav, but only converting to the AC3 because (1) it's a lossy format, and (2) the bitrate for AC3 is usually ~640kbps (max)
Only 1 way to find out if it works on the PS3 Guinea Pig
Originally Posted by poisondeathray
the DTS file of mine is 1.1gb... guess your right and its not HD audio.Seedin and encoding... Healthy pc life :)