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tools for workin wit h.q. audio

Discussion in 'High resolution audio' started by vbkun, Mar 24, 2006.

  1. vbkun

    vbkun Member

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    Hi
    You guys maybe have read my other post... if not... i bought an "dvd-a" wich contains h.q. audio ( 24 bits 96 khz ) but it was actually autored as dvd-v so my dvd-a player doesn't try to read it.

    I need to find tools for strippin out the waves and authoring and new real dvd-audio.

    Thanks to those that can help me.
     
  2. wilkes

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    Your DVD-V player should be perfectly fine with this.
    DVD-Video specs allow for up to 24/96 in Stereo with no trouble although you might need to go into the system setup for the DVD Player and ensure it is outputting at not only 24 bit but also 96KHz.
    From the analogue outs, it should do this with no trouble.
    Stripping out the wave?
    Why, if you don't mind me asking? a 24/96 file will still be 24/96 in a DVD-A too.
    What is your set top player? And what is the disc - I will check it out & see what is what.
     
  3. vbkun

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    not usin set top
    usin creative audigy 2 zs wit no wdvd
    when i try play it here is the results
    Stream:
    Type: Linear PCM
    Bitrate: 4608 Kbps
    Number of main channels: 2
    LFE Channel: None
    Sampling Frequency: 96khz
    Bits Per Sample: 24
    Output:
    Sample Rate: 48 KHz
    Bits per Sample: 16

    I tried few versions of windvd 6 and windvd7
    in all them i get that -.-
    when i play dvd-a thou that does not happen =(
     
  4. wilkes

    wilkes Regular member

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    Okey Dokey.

    Please ignore reply in other post.
    Have you set WinDVD6 to output as 24/96?
    In the setup page under "Audio", there is an option to turn on 24/96 decoding - this is off by default. The Audio stream definitely is 24/96, the rate tells us that.

    The other place there may be a setting - I am not sure for certain though as it's the Creative Labs thing - if there is copy protection on the DVD-V disc, it might well be automatically downsampling to 48KHz and truncating to 16 bit. We will not know until you try that switch.

    Please let me know?
     
  5. vbkun

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    ow the disc is release by avex trax label, japan, ayumi hamasaki - carols, sold as dvd-a
     
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    wilkes
    first thanks for helpin ^^
    the enable 96hz decoding is on ( wich is funny... wit aobs disc even if it is off it outputs in 96 hz )
    anyways in windvd i tried all config u can wonder, tested both diferent audio renders, deisabling some video features ... nothin on it has work.
    and this disc is not encrypted -.-
     
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  7. wilkes

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    What happens in a real set top player?

    This is beginning to smell of a problem with WinDVD, which is admittedly the best of a bad bunch, but flawed in so many ways.

    Looks like you will have to pull the tracks off the DVD-V and make your own DVD-A if you must play back in software
     

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