Sorry guys, I KNOW I forgot or am missing something (likely many brain cells) but I am needing to convert WAV (PCM) audio to SOMETHING that TSMuxer recognizes. I THINK it recognizes LPCM, but I'm having a devil of a time finding information of how to convert it. I DID use UseEACto to convert the WAV to DTS (by way of Surecode I think) and that is OK, but when it converted it it changed the sampling rate or something so that the resulting resolution is @768 instead of the original 1400 or so.
If I can just convert the dang WAV file into something Lossless that TSMuxer will recognize, that will do it.
I KNOW this is REALLY newbie, but for the life of me I cannot remember what I am supposed to do.
Thank you all kindly!
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Try TFM Audio Tool
If memory serves TSmuxer won't accept HDaudio with LPCM core.
I tried to load an mkv file with LPCM audio and TSmuxer doesn't recognize it. Looks like it won't load LPCM at all.
Last edited by wulf109; 12th Sep 2013 at 18:54.
Google for a little CLI program called pcm2tsmu.
The type of LPCM supported by TSmuxer uses some kind of headers, differently from "normal" LPCM.
P.S.: I had forgotten , TSmuxer should accept .W64 files as well. eac3to can create them.
Last edited by El Heggunte; 12th Sep 2013 at 19:04.
Hey, I appreciate the comments!
Well, the site where you download TSMuxer states that it will accept LPCM as opposed to PCM or WAV directly. Hmmm, I don't know why you couldn't load an MKV with LPCM audio, that is strange. Perhaps what you say about using different headers than 'normal' ones may make a difference. I really should figure this out. TSMuxer does accept Lossless audio in many forms, I just have to convert my WAV file to the right kind so that it will accept it. I've got the DTS that UseEACto made and it works just fine. Perhaps I will just settle for the 768, especially since it is not an action film or anything like that. I just usually HATE to downgrade the quality if I don't have to...
DANG! It is CMD line based. I do NOT know how to use that. Do you open a CMD box and put something like this in it:'Pcm2Tsmu <input.pcm> [output.pcm]' Something like that is shown in the changlog of the program. I just DON'T know how to use this. Too bad too, because it looks EXACTLY like what I need according to what it says it does (as you said above, it changes the header information to make it acceptable to TSMuxer. MAN, I sure wish there was a GUI with it
Any suggestions would be awesome, thank you!
Ahhh, I'm trying what you said above about using the 'W.64' option in UseEACto. Of course I have NO bloody idea what that is, but I just converted it and it apparently has the full Lossless resolution at about 2400 AND TSMuxer DID indeed accept it and shows it as an LPCM file!!!
Sooo, I'm running it now to see if it comes out all right. If it works, I sure appreciate the suggestion, because I have NO idea what the W.64 format is