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leeperry
4th April 2009, 12:48
hi,

is there any 5.1 DTS 96/24 decoder that works outside its own application?

I've tried all of these, and they all output 48/16 :
-AC3Filter
-ffdshow(2 different decoders)
-Sonic 4.3(96/24 only possible through eac3to)
-PDVD9 external decoder

so my only last option is WinDVD9 I guess...hoping it will accept to decode 96/24 outside WinDVD :o

or I'm gonna have to waste HDD space and decode to WavPack lossless :devil:

Inspector.Gadget
4th April 2009, 15:46
Try Arcsoft.

leeperry
4th April 2009, 18:22
ok thanks for the tip, I'll try that :)

leeperry
5th April 2009, 18:22
well, I've installed the 129 TMT2, here's what Reclock says :

96000 Hz, 6 channel(s), 16 bits PCM

so we got 96Khz, but still 16bit..

time to try Intervideo's decoder I guess.

PS: I remember James from slysoft saying that each TMT update changed the bitdepth...gonna try some older updates :o

rica
5th April 2009, 19:23
well, I've installed the 129 TMT2, here's what Reclock says :

96000 Hz, 6 channel(s), 16 bits PCM

so we got 96Khz, but still 16bit..

time to try Intervideo's decoder I guess.

PS: I remember James from slysoft saying that each TMT update changed the bitdepth...gonna try some older updates :o

126 to 129 filters works on MPC-HC.(96/24) (not on TMT application)
Filters of 125 and lower versions works even on TMT application itself and on graph.
Check this:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?p=16057058#post16057058

leeperry
5th April 2009, 19:29
yep, thanks! I already looked up on google and found your post...gonna reboot and install 125...hopefully at some point I'll get 24/96 :D

well 129 does 16/96 here :confused:

leeperry
5th April 2009, 20:03
ok so 121/125 do 96/24....but checking "5.1" in the DS filter doesn't stick. it reverts to stereo each time I open a new file :o

gonna try WinDVD9 then I give up, except if you have an idea how to make it stick to 5.1 ?!

PS: apparently it's a know issue :
http://forums.gbpvr.com/showpost.php?p=306916&postcount=28

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showpost.php?p=13895749&postcount=1393

and there's an option for 16/24 bit at the bottom of the DS filter config...I think I read James saying that it'd do nasty stuff like downscaling to 16 then upscaling to 24 :rolleyes:

ok I'm gonna have a go at SimHD then I'll toss it :devil:

rica
5th April 2009, 20:33
ok so 121/125 do 96/24....but checking "5.1" in the DS filter doesn't stick. it reverts to stereo each time I open a new file :o

gonna try WinDVD9 then I give up, except if you have an idea how to make it stick to 5.1 ?!

PS: apparently it's a know issue :
http://forums.gbpvr.com/showpost.php?p=306916&postcount=28

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showpost.php?p=13895749&postcount=1393

and there's an option for 16/24 bit at the bottom of the DS filter config...I think I read James saying that it'd do nasty stuff like downscaling to 16 then upscaling to 24 :rolleyes:

ok I'm gonna have a go at SimHD then I'll toss it :devil:

You didn't noticed what i already said:
What is boring here everytime you open a file, you have to configure Arcsoft Audio DecoderHD to 5.1 manually.Good news is you don't need original disk or ISO anymore.

leeperry
5th April 2009, 20:36
oh, I found your post on the reclock forum...didn't click on your link :)

I remember there was a hack in KMP or MPC to force the number of channel in the intervideo audio decoder...prolly would be piece of cake for Casimir to force 5.1 in MPC :)

ok I'm gonna try SimHD now, but hopefully WinDVD9 audio decoder will accept to output 5.1 24/96 :rolleyes:

and why does that stoopid TMT enable ClearType on XP? I hate blurry fonts..

leeperry
11th April 2009, 19:44
humm WinDVD9's Audio Decoder is decoding 16/48 5.1 in MPC, so the only way to decode 24/96 DTS 5.1 in a third party player is indeed Arcosft's...which refuses to remember the number of channels and sets it to stereo by default(and MPC doesn't give an option to specify it), so I'll just decode it and encode to lossless WavPack :o

rica
11th April 2009, 20:04
...which refuses to remember the number of channels and sets it to stereo by default(and MPC doesn't give an option to specify it)

Give it a go with MPC-HC.

leeperry
11th April 2009, 20:29
MPC-HC has an option to specify the number of channels in Arcsoft :confused:

a few days ago, you said :

everytime you open a file, you have to configure Arcsoft Audio DecoderHD to 5.1 manually

rica
11th April 2009, 20:35
MPC-HC has an option to specify the number of channels in Arcsoft :confused:

a few days ago, you said :

You did say this:
and MPC doesn't give an option to specify it

And filter properties page gives this option to you.

leeperry
11th April 2009, 21:07
I meant "on a permanent basis" ;)

eac3to does it, MPC could too..

rica
11th April 2009, 21:24
Then you might prefer to convert to flac with eac3to.

leeperry
11th April 2009, 22:14
lossless WavPack will do ;) madflac outputs static on my XP SP3 box in WaveOut..