What about other media players?
On nov. 29, 14:44, Sudhan thiran <sudhan1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Also This One Misses an Important Aspect:
> " Decoder doesn't play DTS9624 streams."
> On Oct 19, 1:45 am, grill <gr...@index.hu> wrote:
> > I hope this plugin is the first step towards playing blu-ray audio
> > with foobar.
> > On okt. 18, 19:57, Tab Cursor <tabcur...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I grabbed this and tried it with Foobar2000 today. The latest version
> > > is 1.3.
> > > I love the idea of one audio player for all our formats. However, this
> > > plays files with extension .dtshd (or .dtsma). It doesn't
> > > recognize .m2ts or .ts files. Or am I wrong about this?
> > > The DTS-HD Streamplayer already plays this type of file. And aren't we
> > > using the DTS tool as more or less a conversion tool? For example, DVD-
> > > A to BDA? Or are you all collecting .DTSHD files as well? I've been
> > > creating 5.1 FLAC, 5.1 (or 7.1) BDA, and 5.1 DVD-A, but deleting
> > > the .DTSHD files along the way. Are you guys also collecting this
> > > format?
> > > I would love this plug-in if it also played back .ts or .m2ts
> > > formatted files. Otherwise, I'll have to re-do my collection to
> > > include this format.... Also, have I overlooked a Foobar plug-in that
> > > plays .m2ts files?
> > > On Oct 16, 3:34 am, grill <gr...@index.hu> wrote:
> > > >http://sourceforge.net/projects/dvdadecoder/files/
> > > > Based on my initial test it seems that the plugin losslessly decodes
> > > > DTS-HD MA files. For the time beeing it works on individual files and
> > > > not yet on BD discs.
> > > > Thanks to HeresJohnny for giving heads up.- Idézett szöveg elrejtése -
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