I have some .dts & .ac3 files. How to convert .dts to dtswav & .ac3 to ac3wav ? (Preferably using free tools)The final dtswav or ac3wav should be like the ones in http://www.sr.se/cgi-bin/mall/index.asp?ProgramID=2446
ffmpeg -i input.ac3 -vn -acodec copy output.wavffmpeg -i input.dts -vn -acodec copy output.wav
Code: [Select]ffmpeg -i input.ac3 -vn -acodec copy output.wavffmpeg -i input.dts -vn -acodec copy output.wavInput files can also be video files and ffmpeg will extract ac3/dts stream.
... dtswav or ac3wav (which are essentially wav container/header for the .ac3/.dts files)
The wav files in the sr.se website show 2 channels and play in Foobar.
Why do you need that or what are you trying to achieve?
…Does the DTS file have to be at a specific bitrate in order for this (1411kbps)? I tried dts2wav and it didn't work...
DTS CD:Core Bit Rate = 1411200 bpsFrame Size = 1024 samplesPad zeros at end of frame= YesChannel Layout = 3/2/.1Sampling Frequency = 44100 HzBits Per Input Sample = 24QMF Filter = Nonperfect reconstructionRear channel attenuation = 0 dBHDCD = NoES = NoCompressed audio file = D:\My Music\ad pedes.wav
The straight forward way is to do decode to wav(s), keeping the output to 24bit don't hurt.resample to 44.1KHz if you want DTSWAV (to 48KHz if you go the other way).Encode the result to DTS again (don't know if there is a free DTS encoder)I think all other approaches, that work, do the same thing (resampling) though some tools may hide that by doing steps "internally".
I've been experimenting with dtswav files.
Quote from: krabapple on 19 October, 2010, 03:17:46 PMI've been experimenting with dtswav files.Try spdifer from here : http://ac3filter.net/projects/toolswindows console tool, works on Wine too.