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Re: [MPlayer-users] cdda:// -ac ffdts
Well from looking on line you can apparently buy music CDs with DTS
audio on them. My guess is that these CDs are in the format of DTS wav
files on a regular CD, which are what people call "DTS CDs". On the
other hand I read instructions on how to burn an actual audio CD
containing 5.1 Dobly Digitial audio tracks, not just files on the disk.
I don't think they are music CDs, but rather DVD-Audio, which supports
all the varieties a DVD movie also offers: PCM uncompressed (with higher
bitrates and sample frequencies), MPEG Audio, Dolby Digital and dts.
Never seen a dts-CD-Audio (apart from the cinema ones).
I such a disc is encountered, please watch for the distinction CD/DVD,
it should be clearly noted what the product is (logo-wise)
The 'do-it-yourself'-instructions are either for burning DVD-(Audio) or
CD-ROMs with a DVD-Audio layout (but limited capacity). dts-96/24 (which
is the highest available/supported dts format to date uses around
3MBit/s (IIRC), which should last for about half an hour of music on a
CD-ROM. It's not *that* much.
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Re: [MPlayer-users] cdda:// -ac ffdts, Vladimir Mosgalin, 2005/09/22
Re: [MPlayer-users] cdda:// -ac ffdts, Ergzay, 2005/09/23
Re: [MPlayer-users] cdda:// -ac ffdts, Andreas Hasenack, 2005/09/23
Re: [MPlayer-users] cdda:// -ac ffdts, Ergzay, 2005/09/22