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Extract and Archive DTS 96/24
spodemaster
post Jun 3 2011, 06:25
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Just wondering if there is anyway to extract and archive the DTS 96/24 files. I spent Money buying myself A Refurbished Dennon DVD-A/SACD player and it doesn't Decode the DTS-96/24. And the multichannel playback is distorted so is basically useless.
None of my software seems to support the Format. It only plays back in 48kHz. I just got a PS3 and an Octava HDMI audio Stream extractor For my Pre HDMI Yamaha in hopes it would play back DVD-A and DTS-96/24 apparently it does neither.

I would like to get my Monies worth out of the BJORK surrounded Disks I purchased, and Megadeath Peace Sells, and Tori Amos, but so far no luck.
I really don't want to purchase a new piece of Hardware, Just to listen to a handful of Disks that are encoded in an Esoteric Short Lived Format.

eac3to Recognizes the Tracks as DTS 96/24 but apparently can only extract the 48kHz Core.

Is there a good way to access the Native DTS 96/24 and convert it to a multichannel Wave or Flac or to simply play these back without buying yet another piece of hardware?

Right now I listen to a lot of multichannel Flacs and waves on My RME HDSP Multiface using FOOBAR2000 and the ASIO plug in. Its pretty Satisfying but a little klunky.

Anyhow any help appreciated.

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andy o
post Jun 4 2011, 10:34
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So I tested it, and sure enough, I can decode it with the Arcsoft decoder, and I can also bitstream it to my receiver, which decodes it properly (Pioneer VSX-01TXH). I haven't tried eac3to, but the Arcsoft dtsdecoderdll.dll file from TMT2 does decode it. The ones from TMT3 and TMT5 probably do too. If you wanna use eac3to to decode it to a wav file, you probably need to register the ASAudioHD.ax from TMT 3.185. The one from 3.190 downsamples to 48kHz. Not 100% sure for eac3to, but that applies if you use the Arcsoft decoder to decode in your player. As far as I know, you can use one ASAudioHD.ax with another dtsdecoderdll.dll.

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post Jun 4 2011, 18:58
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QUOTE (andy o @ Jun 4 2011, 11:34) *
So I tested it, and sure enough, I can decode it with the Arcsoft decoder, and I can also bitstream it to my receiver, which decodes it properly (Pioneer VSX-01TXH). I haven't tried eac3to, but the Arcsoft dtsdecoderdll.dll file from TMT2 does decode it. The ones from TMT3 and TMT5 probably do too. If you wanna use eac3to to decode it to a wav file, you probably need to register the ASAudioHD.ax from TMT 3.185. The one from 3.190 downsamples to 48kHz. Not 100% sure for eac3to, but that applies if you use the Arcsoft decoder to decode in your player. As far as I know, you can use one ASAudioHD.ax with another dtsdecoderdll.dll.



I have a Dennon DVD-1930CI, which is underwhelming since it has distortion problems on multichannel SACD and DVD-A And the BJORK surrounded only play at 48kHz through it.
I have a PS3 I'll test my PS3 when I get my HDMI to analog converter.

One can't decode more than 4 channels of 96/24 Via optical, so that must be the core 48khz stream.

I have a Yamaha RXV - 2500 Its pre HDMI but is 7.1 decoder, with 5.1 analog inputs. Hench the Octava HDMI switch, I'm waiting for.

I'll see If I can find these TMT packs and see what do.

Also playback from my PC is hampered because Not to many PC software manufacturers support assigning multichannel ASIO sound cards.
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- spodemaster   Extract and Archive DTS 96/24   Jun 3 2011, 06:25
- - DVDdoug   I assume the discs are not encrypted or you have d...   Jun 3 2011, 20:19
|- - spodemaster   QUOTE (DVDdoug @ Jun 3 2011, 21:19) I ass...   Jun 4 2011, 05:30
- - A_Man_Eating_Duck   Maybe you need to have the ArcSoft DTS Decoder ins...   Jun 4 2011, 06:29
|- - spodemaster   QUOTE (A_Man_Eating_Duck @ Jun 4 2011, 07...   Jun 4 2011, 07:02
- - andy o   As far as I know, plenty of receivers are capable ...   Jun 4 2011, 10:12
- - andy o   So I tested it, and sure enough, I can decode it w...   Jun 4 2011, 10:34
|- - spodemaster   QUOTE (andy o @ Jun 4 2011, 11:34) So I t...   Jun 4 2011, 18:58
- - krabapple   foobar2000 can output a multichannel ac3/dts bitst...   Jun 4 2011, 19:15
|- - spodemaster   QUOTE (krabapple @ Jun 4 2011, 20:15) foo...   Jun 4 2011, 20:46
|- - greynol   QUOTE (spodemaster @ Jun 4 2011, 12:46) M...   Jun 5 2011, 01:09
|- - spodemaster   QUOTE (greynol @ Jun 5 2011, 01:09) QUOTE...   Jun 5 2011, 03:15
|- - dv1989   QUOTE (spodemaster @ Jun 5 2011, 03:15) Q...   Jun 5 2011, 15:34
|- - spodemaster   QUOTE (dv1989 @ Jun 5 2011, 15:34) QUOTE ...   Jun 5 2011, 21:09
|- - krabapple   To sort-of reiterate the thread topic, does anyone...   Jan 21 2013, 15:04
- - andy o   I'm pretty sure DTS 96/24 can do multichannel ...   Jun 5 2011, 00:04
|- - spodemaster   QUOTE (andy o @ Jun 5 2011, 00:04) I...   Jun 5 2011, 02:30
- - andy o   Your DVD-A player is not required to support it, b...   Jun 5 2011, 03:02
- - nifedipin   Hi! Try to extract dts with dvd audio extracto...   Jun 5 2011, 11:38
- - Engelsstaub   I would have thought DVDAE would do it. I guess it...   Jan 21 2013, 16:38
|- - krabapple   QUOTE (Engelsstaub @ Jan 21 2013, 11:38) ...   Jan 21 2013, 17:48
- - krabapple   Got if figured out now. Both DVDAE and Audiomuxer...   Jan 21 2013, 21:52
- - Engelsstaub   Well that is good to know. Thanks for getting to t...   Jan 21 2013, 22:59
- - andy o   A year late, but I'd like to point out that ap...   Mar 22 2014, 16:17


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