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Old 13th April 2009, 10:53   #1  |  Link
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How to add DTS-HD HR flag to dts stream?

Hello,
Can I in any way to add DTS-HD HR flag to normal dts stream (file), mux it to BD structure with Tsmuxer and have "DTS-HD HR" sign on ampli's display?
Thx for help in advance.

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Hello,
Can I in any way to add DTS-HD HR flag to normal dts stream (file), mux it to BD structure with Tsmuxer and have "DTS-HD HR" sign on ampli's display?
Thx for help in advance.
Older TSmuxer VErsion (under 1.9.2b) cant mux DTS-HRA Audio properly! There was a Problem with the Stream ID from DTS HD MA and HRA. So SA Player like Popcornhour cant decode/passtrough it.

But its fixed now! TSmuxer 1.9.2b (andn newer) can mux DTSHRA into M2TS without Problems.
My Kenwood KRF 7300D Amp shows me DTS HRA Audio
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So what is the best = most compatible for standalone players version of TsMuxer?
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So what is the best = most compatible for standalone players version of TsMuxer?
the latest for M2TS with DTS-HD/HRA/TrueHD/AC3/DTS

Works perfect (HDMI Passtrough) on my Popcornhour A110 and Sony BDP S350
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