Can all blu-ray players handle DTS? Dolby Digital was the standard for DVD, so DVDs with a DTS track had to have a DD track too. Did DTS become the standard for blu-ray, so blu-ray discs do not have to include (an essentially duplicated) DD track too? Or for all blu-ray players to be able to decode multi-channel audio, both types must be included?
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Linear PCM (LPCM) - up to 8 channels of uncompressed audio. (mandatory)
Dolby Digital (DD) - format used for DVDs, 5.1-channel surround sound. (mandatory)
Dolby Digital Plus (DD+) - extension of Dolby Digital, 7.1-channel surround sound. (optional)
Dolby TrueHD - lossless encoding of up to 8 channels of audio. (optional)
DTS Digital Surround - format used for DVDs, 5.1-channel surround sound. (mandatory)
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio - extension of DTS, 7.1-channel surround sound. (optional)
DTS-HD Master Audio - lossless encoding of up to 8 channels of audio. (optional)--
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I recall that Blu-ray requires at minimum a PCM or AC3 DD track in addition to DTS similar to DVD. But for personal use you can author with just DTS if you want. If you think your BD disc will be ripped, best to include AC3 DD as well.Recommends: Kiva.org - Loans that change lives.
I was under the impression that blu ray players that are not capable of playing DTS-HD MA audio would switch to the lossy "core" DTS audio.
Which authoring programs can handle DTS-HD?
Last edited by kinglerch; 13th Apr 2012 at 10:11.
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