[libdca-devel] fails to decode 4.0 channel DTS48/24
banan at ludd.ltu.se
Fri Nov 30 12:19:27 CET 2007
Peter Cordes wrote:
> The DTS soundtrack from the BluRay of Edward Scissorhands is not decoded
> properly by mplayer, or by dcadec built from the svn r82 or libdca (on AMD64
> Ubuntu Gutsy). It sounds chopped at 1kHz or something. A good description
> in words isn't coming to mind very easily, so just listen to the sample.
> I put a ~1 minute sample (14MB) on my web server:
> or with 720p x264 video: 58MB
> I didn't know where to upload it, but I'd rather not host it indefinitely.
> Someone tell me where to put it, or copy it yourself and post on the list.
> The DTS stream is 1.5Mbit/s, 48kHz/24bit. My Logitech Z-5500 speakers
> decode it fine if I send to them over s/pdif. I enabled the verbose mode (by
> holding down the right set of buttons...), so the display readout says
> DTS 3/1 48 24 when it first sees the stream, which means
> 3 front, 1 rear, 48kHz, 24bit. I can't believe I was ever happy with the
> cheap speakers I had before these. OTOH, I wasn't really, which is why I
> bought these. :)
> This review of the disc says something about the soundtrack.
> The DTS track I have is just the DTS core of the DTS-HD lossless track.
> mplayer decodes the soundtrack ok when it's downmixed to 2 channels.
> thanks, and happy hacking,
Hi, please upload it to upload.mplayerhq.hu, and file a bug report to
https://roundup.mplayerhq.hu/roundup/ffmpeg/. Hopefully the bug will be
fixed sometime in the future. (If the bug also affect ffmpeg.)
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