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Cd Audio --> Dts Audio?

Hi,

I am a NEWBIE to audio related things. So I was wondering if there is a possibility to do the following:

- Rip an audio cd (*.CDA files) to WAV files
- Encode these WAV files to DTS
- Burn these DTS files to an audio CD
- Result: a DTS audio CD

I really don't know if this possible, so I'd like some more information on this.

ThanX in Advance

G-MAN

Cd Audio --> Dts Audio?

Reply #1
what would be the sense of that ? Quality would certainly not get better! So you can just use the original CD

Cd Audio --> Dts Audio?

Reply #2
there's no sense in transcoding 44.1khz stereo cd into [whatever!] cd.
the only use i can think of for dts-cd creation, is when you have a 5.1 source (48khz AC3 from dvd, for example).

check this out :
http://doom9.org/BeSure.html

 
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