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Extracting DTS 5.1 Audio from a DVD with DTS Audio

Hi All

I wanted to know a method with the help of which i can extract DTS 5.1 Audio
from a DVD which has DTS Encoded Audio

Can you tell me the softwares required for this and method.

Wating for ur replies


Extracting DTS 5.1 Audio from a DVD with DTS Audio

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I doubt whether you'll get too many replies from the cats on this forum...it's like asking a master chef how to boil water.

Extracting DTS 5.1 Audio from a DVD with DTS Audio

Reply #3
You should use the search and google a bit
And to help you on the way for software you could investigate
DVD Audio Extractor
VideoLAN Client (player, but can do more)
In addition to kurtnoise: Doom9's DVD Decrypter Guide

Note: I did not imply that any of these does exactly what you want 
In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.

Extracting DTS 5.1 Audio from a DVD with DTS Audio

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Thanks a lot guys DVD Audio Extractor did my work easily

Extracting DTS 5.1 Audio from a DVD with DTS Audio

Reply #5
Well, Well...
It realy works, but can sonmeone tell me how tio rip a DTS encoded CD audio?

Extracting DTS 5.1 Audio from a DVD with DTS Audio

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.. can sonmeone tell me how tio rip a DTS encoded CD audio?
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yes I can ;-)

Use Exact Audio Copy or another CD ripper.
Play the DTS-WAV files with VLC or Foobar2000 with DTS-Plugin. For Foobar2000 you'll have to rename the DTS-WAV files to .DTS.
Or strip the WAV headers for real DTS with besplit or DTSParser.

cheers. 

Extracting DTS 5.1 Audio from a DVD with DTS Audio

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Thank you very much.
I did so & there's the next prob.

foobar2000 plays the files in doubled speed & VLC is having a break... it does nothing.

Extracting DTS 5.1 Audio from a DVD with DTS Audio

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Maybe you should know that the VideoLan Player doesn't include the DTS decoder anymore (it did until 7.2.0). DTS had objections. [a href="http://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?t=5760]No chance they get a license[/url].

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In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.

 
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