Dec 18, 2012 at 7:18 AM
Edited Dec 18, 2012 at 7:19 AM
As a first time poster, I'd like first to say that VidCoder is a amazing bit of software - thank you!
However, I have a problem with passing through DTS-HD to MKV files and hope you can help.
I am sure that I have successfully passed DTS-HD when encoding BluRays in past, but I'll be damned if I can find how to do it now. This is the approach I am taking:
- Scan BluRay
- Select Audio Track of "DTS-HD"
- In Settings under Audio, I choose Target Stream "Stream 1 DTS HD" and Codec "Auto Passthru"
(I have also tried all combinations of All Streams and DTS-HD Passthru)
The result is typically is to encode only one track (plain DTS) - with no other channels/tracks. What happened to my instruction to encode the DTS-HD track only? It's as if it is downsampling/coding.
If I choose multiple Audio Tracks (one DTS and one DTS-HD), it burns two tracks of DTS. I have also tried several BluRays.
Attached is the log from the latest attempt. https://dl.dropbox.com/u/232730/vidcoderlog.txt
I am using using the latest beta on Win7x64. Your thoughts much appreciated.