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Old 5th January 2010, 20:24   #941  |  Link
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Yes Good Luck, sorry but i can't help you on this I would like
But effectively, there are some difference between 2 logs so maybe it's why it doesn't work, but i'm not sure


Yes, i saw your answer and it's that i see Good if it's help
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Old 5th January 2010, 20:28   #942  |  Link
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Well, some of it makes sense. The samples per second and the block align values should be ok I think. Maybe. (4*48000=192000, for example, which is why I think that difference is ok) However, the nChannels is set to 2 which is what I saw with PDVD9, as well. These are all values I tried screwing with when I was messing with the code the other night, but, changing most of them broke the ability to bitstream and made ffdshow fall back to PCM decoding. All that means is that I don't fully understand the code well enough to change it properly.
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Old 5th January 2010, 20:34   #943  |  Link
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I need to learn to read better. I don't know what this means...

TMT3:
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19:54:14-336 dump::ReceiveCallback buffer length=32768, [rtStart=18126665, rtStop=18126666], [mediaStart=0, mediaStop=0]
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20:00:17-201 dump::ReceiveCallback buffer length=32768, [rtStart=3413334, rtStop=3413335], [mediaStart=0, mediaStop=0]
That rtStart and rtStop value. Those are quite a bit different. And I don't know jack about that so I guess we'll have to wait for albain.
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Old 5th January 2010, 20:48   #944  |  Link
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Yep, the code has to be for our master albain
So there are difference and hope to fix it.
When is done, bitstream will working with all AVR

But something that i have is that DTS-HR is detected with my AVR in DTS-MA. Maybe i must log to see and why it doesn't reconize.

Also another sample that give me DOLBY DIGITAL EX. I don't remenber when i have see it before.


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Old 5th January 2010, 20:50   #945  |  Link
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I think albain wanted DTS-HD HR logged, so, if you have one of those, I'm sure he'd appreciate the dumps from it. I don't have any HR samples. Does TMT3 play it ok?
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Old 5th January 2010, 21:38   #946  |  Link
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Yes i made log, i just verify with ffdshow the number channel detection.
With TMT3 the sample is play fine 7.1 DTS-HR detected by my AVR

So the link to the iso that i use ISO DTS-HR 7.1 and M2TS DTS-HR 7.1
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Old 5th January 2010, 21:40   #947  |  Link
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Sweet. I'll give them a try.
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Old 5th January 2010, 21:47   #948  |  Link
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In case

So the log for DTS-HR 7.1:
1/ TMT3 + xonar : DTS-HR-Xonar-TMT3 7.1
AVR says DTS-HR 7.1 and it play @ 7.1 DTS-MA

2/ FFDShow in xonar mode + Arcsoft renderer : DTSHR_MPC_FFDSHOW_ARCSOFT 7.1
AVR says DTS-MA 5.1 and it play @ 5.1 DTS-MA

Maybe it help too
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I don't even get any connection attempt with the receiver when I try to play the ISO with mpc-hc/ffdshow. But it shows DTS-HD High Res when I use TMT3. So, there's some work to be done there, too, I'd say.
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Old 5th January 2010, 21:56   #950  |  Link
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On mine it connect and play but in 5.1 and DTS-MA Yes maybe some work too on it
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I'll try it with PDVD9 and my ATI shortly. I've had enough fun with the Xonar anyway. We've confirmed the exact same problem with DTS-HD MA on both cards so I can safely go back to my regularly scheduled single card solution. I'll leave the Xonar installed for now, but, eventually it'll come back out as it's really not needed anymore.
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I'm using a 4550 card so I can't test the HD formats, but
- software decoding and a3 passthrough over hdmi with ffdshow -> dropouts
- software decoding and ac3 passthrough over hdmi with ac3filter -> ok
So maybe not everything should be put down on the ati driver...
A reboot fixed the issue with ffdshow, so the problem was probably related to something not being cleaned up properly after a lot of setting changes. Sorry if I caused confusion.
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By Arcsoft Jason:

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ArcSoft is happy to announce support for bistreaming HD Audio on ATI 5xxx series cards. 
 
This feature will be on display in ArcSoft's suite at CES along with a variety of other technology. If you're attending the show,
you'll need to contact ArcSoft's sales/marketing group with your business or media credentials for an appointment to see a demonstration.

I don't believe it will be available for walk-up viewing on the show floor.  
 
The feature will be included in an upcoming release of the retail version of TMT3 along with similar support for bitstreaming on Intel's codename Clarkdale/Ironlake hardware.
 
Some of the other demos will be revealed in press releases over the coming days, but one was not scheduled for this particular item. I recieved permission to share the details today
given the lack of a more official announcement.
 
Some media contacts are already lined up to see the full array of demos, so watch the usual places to see if any further details surface after the show gets rolling.
Guys i hope Arcsoft will be ready after CES.

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Good news Thx Rica
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See....the speculation about CES was good, no? It made sense that they would announce it there. Now we wait for the release to come. Considering it's been several months, I'd say we're likely to see one by the end of the month, but, that is again speculation.
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Considering it's been several months, I'd say we're likely to see one by the end of the month, but, that is again speculation.
I don't know Jason personally but i think i've recognized him.
Believe me i don't think it's a speculation.
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I don't know Jason personally but i think i've recognized him.
Believe me i don't think it's a speculation.
It's speculation cause none of us have any inside information that I'm aware of. We can only assume that because it's been several months, that a new build has to be coming soon, and that it'll likely contain bitstreaming support for ATI and Clarkdale. Unless you have confirmed information that we don't know about? Jason hasn't said anything that I'm aware of about when to expect a new release. Did I miss something?
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He didn't want to say anything.
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Who can blame him? He doesn't actually work on TMT. He just helps out in the forum for that product. He's been a HUGE advocate for us end users. As a result, TMT3 has gotten remarkably better over time. And now it's about to get better still. It's still without any doubt my favorite player. PDVD9 is decent, but, lacks a lot compared to TMT. Of course, ffdshow ROCKS and being able to bitstream files, discs, and mounted ISOs is absolutely awesome.
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See midway down:
http://www.arcsoft.com/forum/forum_p...TID=3680&PN=20

Its confirmed at CES

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It's speculation cause none of us have any inside information that I'm aware of. We can only assume that because it's been several months, that a new build has to be coming soon, and that it'll likely contain bitstreaming support for ATI and Clarkdale. Unless you have confirmed information that we don't know about? Jason hasn't said anything that I'm aware of about when to expect a new release. Did I miss something?
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