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  1. I burned it to a DVD from an .mp4 file.

    Just wanted to know if the audio is in Dolby Digital (AC-3), PCM or DTS audio.

    How can I check this out?

    Thanks!
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    You can use Mediainfo and open one of the main vob files from the VIDEO_TS folder on the dvd.

    And what did you convert to dvd with?
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  4. Wow those are some fast responses!

    I converted the DVD with Nero Recode.
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  5. Cool I got it now. Thanks again everyone!
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    You probably already know this now, but for the benefit of others:

    Most payware, consumer-grade conversion apps DON'T convert to DTS without an additional plugin (at additional cost), so that's not likely. Even AC-3 is often an additional cost. So it's either MP2 (which is deprecated for Bluray, and NTSC DVD-Video spec-illegal as a main audio) or PCM. Most often PCM for simplicity puposes, even though it isn't as efficient for audio (and subsequently for video either). If you lucked out with AC-3, be thankful!

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