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Old 30th January 2002, 19:08   #1  |  Link
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DTS Audio

hi there I have this DTS Audio disc which is used in the Theatres..is there a way to convert/rip this thing
the file ending is aud
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Old 3rd December 2002, 19:06   #2  |  Link
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DTS Trailer Disk

I was wondering if anyone knew how to playback the audio that comes on a DTS theatrical disk on the PC. I know it can be played back with DTS processing hardware, because that's the way the theatre plays it back. My initial goal is to make an MP3 or WAV from these files, but the 1st step is just to get them to play. The Cd is setup like this. There is one Dir called DTS and one DTS.EXE. Inside the DTS dir there are 5 files. R3T5.AUD-R7T5.AUD. My research has brought me to a dead end. Any help would be great.
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Old 3rd December 2002, 19:20   #3  |  Link
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what are those files you are talking about ?
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Old 3rd December 2002, 19:38   #4  |  Link
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Those files are the audio files on the disk. I'm looking for a way to decode them without having to buy a DTS processor. I imagine the DTS.EXE is there to keep the audio in sync with the film reels. The R3T5.AUD is an audio file the 3 is the reel number it belongs to.

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Old 3rd December 2002, 19:47   #5  |  Link
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Power DVD and winDVD didn't recognize the file format. Wavlab opened it, but there was nothing but static. I don't imagine Wavlab is DTS compatible.
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as far as you know, does those .aud files includes only audio ?
please cut the first 900kb of those files and attach in here.
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Old 4th December 2002, 07:18   #7  |  Link
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Last try :)

here it goes
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Old 4th December 2002, 07:22   #8  |  Link
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Here's Another One

This is from the second file in the DTS Directory. There are 3 more files. Let me know if you would like me to up those as well.
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still needs an answer

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as far as you know, does those .aud files includes only audio ?
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Old 4th December 2002, 17:10   #10  |  Link
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yeas it's 6 channel DTS that's used in theatres. It sync's to the film reel.
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can you attach dts.exe ?
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Old 5th December 2002, 02:27   #12  |  Link
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Ok Here it is.

Just Unzip
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Old 5th December 2002, 16:30   #13  |  Link
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DTS cinema is a different format. We cannot use any DTS consumer decoders for that format. They are not really compatible. Actually we may use these decoders because they are designed for that format:
http://www.dtsonline.com/cinema/products.html

DTS cinema is just like SDDS. Both of them are meant to be used in a real cinema. Home theaters have their own formats. We are not supposed to use consumer decoders for a cinema format.

http://www.mtsu.edu/~smpte/timeline.html

Read the Film Sound History if you like. The table and timeline are pretty cool.
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Old 5th December 2002, 16:41   #14  |  Link
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So is there absolutely no way to decode that audio track on a PC? would I have to have the DTS cinema processor to decode that audio?
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Yes that's right only a cinema dts decoder will be able to decode the files. Even then, does cinema hardware have standard rca-type outputs for recording the channels?
Out of curiosity, what film's dts track is on the disc?
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Star Wars EPII. I also have disks for movies that haven't started as of yet. They get in the theatre about a month in advance at most times.
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Old 9th December 2002, 22:52   #17  |  Link
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Damn! Now that would make for a cranking dvd soundtrack if it could be transfered! Ep II in full bit rate DTS!
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Old 11th December 2002, 09:29   #18  |  Link
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You would be pretty much famous in the scene if you released major (and i mean MAJOR) movies like LOTR or SW ep2 with a full 5.1 track telecined yourself, or just stolen digitally...

just a though

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Decoding Cinema DTS Audio CDs

Hello,

I have read alot about this problem, but I did not find any solution. Is there any way to decode the audio files on such a cinema cd without having the decoder hardware ?
The cd(s) contains many .aud files and a dts.exe that is some kind of frameserver. I read that it is only possible to play the audio directly in connection with the timecodes from the movie. It that true?
Perhaps someone knows a tool to decode the .aud files (its is not that westwood file format).

I also found a project called in_dtsc, that is dealing with the problem. Unfortunatly they are in very early steps.
http://in-dtsc.sourceforge.net/

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Old 28th June 2003, 12:15   #20  |  Link
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Factory DTS (.aud) decoding

I need your help guys to decode .aud DTS streams into any PC consumable format (wav,AC3,mp3 etc.).

PC recognizes the CD, I can see the files R1T5.aud and so on, but unable play them.

Any help appreciated.
Thanks,epalazzo
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