- Reaction score
- Trophy Points
As do I.
Captain Khajiit said:If you do not have access to a commercial DTS decoder, select DTS as your stream extraction type ("Extract As"). If you are dealing with DTS-HD MA or DTS-HD HR, you must add the -core switch to the + Options box, as shown below.
This will extract the DTS core. If you do not already know, DTS-HD audio is made up of two parts: a lossy âSDâ core and a residual stream that contains the additional data that makes the audio HD. What we are doing here is discarding the residual stream (because no free decoder that can process it is available) and leaving the core, which should still contain high-quality audio. Proceed to the next step.
RollWave said:When copying a blu-ray, DVDfab has an option that says "remove hd audio". Here is a link with a screenshot and their description:
Does checking that box essentially function as this '-core' step? ie, if I check the box, I will get DTS audio, not DTS-HD audio, so I won't need to just extract the core. But if I copy the disc without checking the box, I will get DTS-HD audio, and I will need to use '-core' here?
Is there any reason to do one vs the other? That is - is it better to have eac3to do this step or have DVDfab do it or would they do exactly the same thing with equal quality?
eac3to v3.26 command line: "C:\Editing Tools\eac3to\eac3to.exe" "C:\MainMovie\AP_MAN_OF_MYSTERY_BD01\BDMV\STREAM" 1) 2:"C:\MainMovie\AP_MAN_OF_MYSTERY_BD01\BDMV\STREAM\1_2_video.mkv" -progressnumbers ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ M2TS, 1 video track, 2 audio tracks, 1:29:35, 24p /1.001 1: Chapters, 24 chapters 2: VC-1, 1080p24 /1.001 (16:9) 3: AC3, English, 5.1 channels, 640kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -27dB 4: TrueHD/AC3, English, 5.1 channels, 48kHz, dialnorm: -27dB (embedded: AC3, 5.1 channels, 640kbps, 48kHz, dialnorm: -27dB) [v02] Extracting video track number 2... [v02] Muxing video to Matroska... [v02] Getting "Haali Matroska Muxer" instance failed. <ERROR> Aborted at file position 1048576. <ERROR>
TV's Frink said:Ok, this might be a really dumb question, but once I have it in virtualdub, do I save as lagarith avi and import into Vegas?
DirectShowSource("wherever\whatever.grf", fps=23.976, audio=false) Assumefps(24000,1001) ConverttoRGB(matrix="Rec709")
Isn't YUV or RGB dependent on the source?
Also, what does the fast recompress and the converttoRGB do?