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  1. I'm looking for a fairly inexpensive (freeware even better!) Blu-ray Authoring software that supports TrueHD & DTS-HD MA audio formats. Just your basic menus & chapters -- no other frills & fancy.

    I've been using tsMuxer which works great but I can't add any menus.

    I have both Adobe Encore & Sony Vegas from my work --- but Encore doesn't support TrueHD (Only DTS-HD MA) and Vegas doesn't support either without additional plugins.

    I have a few M2TS files (AVC 1080p) with both TrueHD & DTS-HD MA audio and I'm trying to create a simple blu-ray disc with a simple menu structure that can play these files. And again, tsMuxer did the job - except for Menus.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks.
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    Have you tried multiAVCHD? It's free. I don't know about what audio it supports as my main BluRay player won't play what it creates (this is a rare problem) and I'm also not real thrilled with the current documentation for it, so I don't use it. But you could take a look and see if it meets your needs.
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  3. Originally Posted by jman98 View Post
    Have you tried multiAVCHD? It's free. I don't know about what audio it supports as my main BluRay player won't play what it creates (this is a rare problem) and I'm also not real thrilled with the current documentation for it, so I don't use it. But you could take a look and see if it meets your needs.
    Thanks jMan --- I'm looking at multiAVCHD in detail. I know it supports DTS-HD, but I'm not finding info on TrueHD. I need to look a little closer though. If it does support TrueHD, this would be what I'm looking for.
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    multiavchd supports true 1080p hd. are you talking 1080p 59fps? The question is will your blu-ray player support it?
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    NOTHING cheap or free supports either dts-hd-ma or truehd. To get either of those, you have to pay the big bucks.

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    NOTHING cheap or free supports either dts-hd-ma or truehd. To get either of those, you have to pay the big bucks.

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    You're right, but there is 1 freeware that supports dts-ma and truehd - easybd lite . But the free/lite version is quite limited in terms of what menu/features it supports
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  7. @jbitakis, TrueHD is an audio format.
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