#103 Dedicated DTS-in-WAV-decoder

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nobody
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2012-04-09
2012-04-09
CoRoNe
No

At the moment the only way to listen to DTS in WAV (or FLAC, WV, TAK, etc) is to tick the DTS format option "Check for DTS in WAV" and set the Uncompressed format to "All supported" (or "16-bit integer"). Obviously now the FFDShow Audio Decoder will function as a post-processor for all specified Uncompressed formats.
I'd like to see, if you will, a dedicated DTS-in-WAV-decoder, without the need to set the Uncompressed format.

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- Either a "DTS in WAV" Uncompressed format in the FFDShow Audio Decoder formats-list,
- or probably better, as it's actually post-processing; a "DTS in WAV" Uncompressed format in the FFDShow Audio Processor formats-list,
- or specified as a dedicated format ("DTS in WAV") in the FFDShow Audio Processor formats-list.

Take your pick ;). Just as long as I don't have to set the Uncompressed format to "All supported" (or "16-bit integer"), it will be a great improvement.

Discussion

  • clsid
    clsid
    2012-04-09

    You should stop putting those formats into WAV.

    AC3File source filter supports parsing DTS in WAV if you rename files to .dts. It can be used in combination with any DTS decoder.

     
  • clsid
    clsid
    2012-04-09

    • status: open --> closed
     
  • CoRoNe
    CoRoNe
    2012-04-09

    Why introduce the "Check for DTS in WAV"-option in the first place then?!
    Guess that shows you where you people stand, damn! Why do I even bother?

     
  • CoRoNe
    CoRoNe
    2012-04-09

    • status: closed --> open