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271286
Aug 27, 2013, 02:38 PM
Hi guys!

I got this .DTS HD Master Audio rip from a Blu-ray that I'd like to play around with in Audition... Before I can do that though I'll need to convert it to a format that Audition can understand though... I'd like to split the channels into separate tracks without loosing quality... Any idea how I do this? There seems to be lots of useful apps for Windows out there but I haven't seen any for mac... Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

What I did so far was to demux the audio track from the .m2ts file to .dts in Tsmuxer.



nateo200
Aug 29, 2013, 04:56 PM
Hi guys!

I got this .DTS HD Master Audio rip from a Blu-ray that I'd like to play around with in Audition... Before I can do that though I'll need to convert it to a format that Audition can understand though... I'd like to split the channels into separate tracks without loosing quality... Any idea how I do this? There seems to be lots of useful apps for Windows out there but I haven't seen any for mac... Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

What I did so far was to demux the audio track from the .m2ts file to .dts in Tsmuxer.

Man if I could do this on my MacBook I'd be a happy camper XD I asked this question a while ago. I have DTS-MA Encoder Suite and you can put the files in and have them decoded to individual LPCM mono tracks per channel but it won't recognize DTS-HD files from a Blu-ray rip, different header file. On another website someone had a solution that involved changing the header but it was windows only. The easiest solution is to grab a windows system and use eac3to, however you need to have a program that can decode DTS-HD to have the filters for it to be able to or it will only do the core track...also some programs dont decode the full 7.1 and can only do 5.1...I'm drawing a blank on the program that comes with the full DTS-HD-MA 7.1 filters but Ive gotten it to work. Wish it was as easy as TrueHD....Let me look around, this is of interest to me as well...

271286
Aug 31, 2013, 02:51 PM
Man if I could do this on my MacBook I'd be a happy camper XD I asked this question a while ago. I have DTS-MA Encoder Suite and you can put the files in and have them decoded to individual LPCM mono tracks per channel but it won't recognize DTS-HD files from a Blu-ray rip, different header file. On another website someone had a solution that involved changing the header but it was windows only. The easiest solution is to grab a windows system and use eac3to, however you need to have a program that can decode DTS-HD to have the filters for it to be able to or it will only do the core track...also some programs dont decode the full 7.1 and can only do 5.1...I'm drawing a blank on the program that comes with the full DTS-HD-MA 7.1 filters but Ive gotten it to work. Wish it was as easy as TrueHD....Let me look around, this is of interest to me as well...

Thanks! Let me know if you find a solution... :) I just tried using eac3to on parallels but couldn't get it to work... I forgot how unpleasant an experience Windows can be :eek: