foobar can read DTS WAV. You can use it to save to a linear WAV file
Quote from: Sunhillow on 16 May, 2012, 02:18:22 PMfoobar can read DTS WAV. You can use it to save to a linear WAV fileSo I've found out how to convert DTS-CD's to normal multichannel wave files by adding the ripped files to a playlist, then right click and select convert. This also works directly from a CD (but then you have to manually rename all the files). My question is that these DTS-CD's are supposed to be 20 bit, but the decoded (converted) files all come out as 16 bit. It would be desirable to save as 20 bit or 24 bit files as resolution is being lost. Playback setting in Foobar is set to 24 bit. Any comments or ideas?
I'm not at all sure if this works, but you may try this tool that I made a long time ago to extract the MP3 stream from a WAV file:http://mark0.net/soft-riffstrip-e.htmlIf it's just a DTS stream encapsulated in a WAV container, it may works.