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Old 11th January 2014, 18:58   #1  |  Link
SeeMoreDigital
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96/24 DTS stream differences?

I have a 45 second sample of a 96/24 DTS elementary stream extracted from a DVD-A disc. And another 45 second sample of a 96/24 DTS elementary stream extracted from a BRD-A disc.

Is there any particular reason why the 96/24 DTS elementary stream extracted from a BRD-A is rejected by Muxman?

Are there any methods/tools that can standardise non-compliant DTS streams for use on DVD. And why would they be different anyway?

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