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  1. Member
    Join Date: Apr 2014
    Location: Orlando
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    Whenever I try to use TSMuxer 2.6.12, 2.6,11 to mux an MKV file DTS track to a Blu-Ray format the result DTS track has not sound.
    DTS HD or AC3 works fine this did not happen on earlier version of the software, I am wondering if other folks are having the same
    issue. I have searched and I don't see any reference to this issue any where, maybe I am missing something.
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  2. Mod Neophyte Super Moderator redwudz's Avatar
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    Wrong forum. This one is to post user guides. I'll move you to our Blu-ray Authoring forum.

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  3. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    What do you test play with?
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  4. Member
    Join Date: Apr 2014
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    VLC or Windows Media Player. I can see the track is there but there is no sound, interestly this does not happen
    on the DTS-HD sound tracks only the DTS tracks. I also took a DTS-HD sound track which had no problem, worked
    fin and down muxed it on TSMuxer using the "Downconvert DTS-HD to DTS" option and the resulting DTS track
    had no sound either.
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  5. Member
    Join Date: Apr 2014
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    Hello, am I the only one using TSMuxer 2.6.12 to convert MKV files to Blu Ray format and having an issue with the DTS
    soundtracks? All other audio tracks are muxed correctly without any issues as far as I can tell, including DTS-HD but
    any time I try to mux a DTS sound track from and MKV container (I don't know about other containers) the resulting
    track does not have any sound on either VLC or Windows media player. I am trying to confirm my finding before going
    to the TSMuxer developer. Thank you.
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  6. vanished El Heggunte's Avatar
    Join Date: Jun 2009
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    Your actual problem is named WMP and VLC

    Seriously, first of all, check if your version of VLC is up-to-date, OR unb0rked. Regarding WMP especifically, well, you would need to find out which filters (splitters and decoders) it is (not) using. I don't use VLC since 2008, so I cannot help you with that.

    If I were you, I would switch to MPC-HC or MPC-BE a.s.a.p.
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