Quote from: musicreo on 20 September, 2010, 05:58:49 AMA 6.1 dts File from a video DVD can be played with Dolby Headphone. But why can't be a 6.1 Wave File played with Dolby Headphone?What differences in behavior are there? I don't have a 6.1 file to check.Nevertheless, I know that the default format with biggest number of channels supported by the library is 5.1 (FL, C, FR, SL, SR, LFE). And anything else with greater number of channels will most probably use this format with mismatched input data and therefore result in random noise (or worse).
A 6.1 dts File from a video DVD can be played with Dolby Headphone. But why can't be a 6.1 Wave File played with Dolby Headphone?
OK, thanks.First, now I see a relevant part in foo_dsp_dolbyhp's code - if there are any more channels than the 5.1 layout described above, it's turned off and a helpful message is logged to the console.Second, the libdca library, which foo_input_dts for fb2k uses, doesn't really decode anything more than a 3 front + 2 rear + LFE. Or do you actually see 7 channels for example in the status bar when you play such a file?I'm not even sure if the DTS codec we are talking about can encode more than 5.1 input signal. From reading random pages on the Internets, it seemed like only some industry-grade DTS-ES extensions can do that.
Where can you find the newer version of dolbyhph.dll?thanks in advance anvil
I've installed the Dll, but I don't see any changes in Foobar. I'm using Windows 7 64 bit. I'm using Foobar version 1.1.2How do you install it properly, I followed the Foobar FAQ and it seems to be installed but I can't find the plugin, where is it? What could be the problem? Where can I find the settings window shown in this pic?: http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?ti...e:Dsp_dolby.PNG
Hi, I just discovered that great plugin, and basically it works for me, but it has only minimal effect.Contrary to most users (it seems), I do not want to upmix stereo sources. I would like to listen to real 5.1 recordings (i. e. AC3 files) with my AKG K-619 stereo headphones (connected to a SB X-Fi card).Now, the plugin does work (with the 1.10 version of the DLL), but the effect is quite low. When I listen to a test file, the front parts seem to be 2 cm in front of my head and the rear parts seem to be 5 mm behind my head. With real music, it's impossible to distinct between front and back (as it is with real speakers).Did I forget something, are my headphones not compatible, or is Dolby Headphone simply not better?
Did I forget something, are my headphones not compatible, or is Dolby Headphone simply not better?
Quote from: processor on 16 March, 2013, 03:54:54 PMDid I forget something, are my headphones not compatible, or is Dolby Headphone simply not better?No, you didn't miss nothing. There is no real substitute for listening real multichannel music in 5 speakers. I know that because I did try it a lot...