You probably just extracted the audio of the DVD Video part of your DVD-A disc.
...MLP extension don't work properly...
MLP, 2.0 channels, 24 bits, 192khzWriting WAV...Creating/writing file "D:\Install\Audio software\DVD-A tools\eac3to\test.wav"...[libav] End of stream indicatedeac3to processing took 4 seconds.Done.
Coaxial spdif have only bandwith for 16bit 44.1/48 KHZ.....but not 24/96 5.1; btw..optical spdif yes have bandwidth at all.
Quote from: Light-Fire on 30 January, 2008, 12:16:47 AMYou probably just extracted the audio of the DVD Video part of your DVD-A disc.hmmm/ i got the audio from the AUDIO_TS folder
Eac3toGui don't open MLP files as is to me until i re-name its extensions. Are you shure about this?? Eac3toGui don't permit MLP files as sources. But eac3to yes.
Perhaps this question helps: How the receivers accept digital multichannel data from high res (24/96) sources?
In the „Select the Source File" dialog you open the „files of type:" combo and choose „All (*.*)". Now you can add *.mlp files
...Now, you are saying that the DVD-A external players can only send analog high res multichannel data to the receivers?
That's the way it is for ALL DVD-A players.
What version of Eac3toGui are you using???
It's the version 0.63
Note that there are no differences in the signals transmitted over optical or coaxial S/PDIF connectors—both carry exactly the same information. Selection of one over the other rests mainly on the availability of appropriate connectors on the chosen equipment and the preference and convenience of the user. Connections longer than 6 meters or so, or those requiring tight bends, should use coaxial cable, since the high light signal attenuation of TOSLINK cables limits its effective range. On the other hand, TOSLINK cables are not susceptible to ground loops and RF interference like coaxial cables. One deciding factor for many is cost—any standard 75 Ω A/V cable can be used for coaxial connectivity, while TOSLINK requires a specific cable which until recently was not very affordable.
they designed all that copyright protection and be so foolish to provide you with an uncompressed hires multichannel audio at the digital output?
Quote from: bertox on 05 February, 2008, 01:25:25 AM...Now, you are saying that the DVD-A external players can only send analog high res multichannel data to the receivers?That's the way it is for ALL DVD-A players.