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  • krabapple
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splitting a long DTS file (.dts)
I have some multi-song DTS files (.dts, not  dts .wav) that need to be split into individual songs.  I know where to set the split points but I haven't found any tools that let me actually do the splitting without first
converting .dts  to .wav.    I don't want to convert, I just want to split.

Is there software that lets you feed it a list of split points (basiclally, a .cue file) and splits a .dts file natively into smaller .dts files?

(And if you recommend BeSweet/BeSplit, please also give me an example command line, or recommend a GUI that would work for this purpose ..it has proven opaque to me so far)

  • b66pak
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splitting a long DTS file (.dts)
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besplit...

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BeSplit v0.9 by DSPguru.
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some examples :

1. AC3 input. Absolute timestamps.
this will create the files track01.ac3,track02.ac3 on e:\
the length of each track would be 10 seconds.
   Besplit -core( -input live.ac3 -prefix e:\track -type ac3 -a ) -split( 0 10 20 )

2. AAC input. Relative timestamps.
this will create two aac files track01.aac,track02.aac on e:\
the length of each track would be 10 seconds.
   BeSplit -core( -input live.aac -prefix e:\track -type aac -r ) -split( 0 10 10 )

3. MP2 Input. using -ending.
this will create the file track01.mp2 on e:\
track01.mp2 is like live.mp2 excluding the first two minutes of track (they were skipped).
   BeSplit -core( -input live.mp2 -prefix e:\track -type mp2 -ending ) -split( 120 )

4. WAV-AC3 Input. Removing Wave header.
this will create the file track01.ac3 on e:\
the input wav file is an ac3 stream that was extracted from avi using virtualdub.
   BeSplit -core( -input live.wav -prefix e:\track -type ac3 -fix )

5. Fixing length information of WAV (or VBR MP3)
this will create the file fixed.wav on e:\
the filelength field would be corrected.
   BeSplit -core( -input live.wav -output e:\fixed.wav -type wav -fix )

6. Converting a Dolby-Digital-WAV into standard AC3 file
this will create the file track01.ac3 on e:\
   BeSplit -core( -input live.wav -output e:\track01.ac3 -type ddwav -fix )

7. Demuxing a Multichannel wave into Mono waves
this will create the files channel01.wav, channel02.wav on e:\
   BeSplit -core( -input stereo.wav -prefix e:\channel -type wav -demux )

8. Normalizing a MP3 file & Adding wave header :
this will create the file Normalized.wav on e:\
   BeSplit -core( -input input.mp3 -output e:\Normalized.wav -type mp3 -addriff ) -ota( -G max )


for you:

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Besplit -core( -input audio.dts -prefix split -type dts -a -ending ) -split( 0 120 250 360 )



you can also use delaycut...

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1246699#post1246699
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