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Wrap AC3 and DTS files (48khz) into WAV
PhoeniXYZ
post Sep 25 2009, 14:06
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Hello,

is it somehow possible to wrap 48khz bitstreams of AC3 and DTS files into 48khz .wav files (without reencoding) for direct playback through SPDIF without the need to enable passthrough in a dedicated AC3/DTS encoder?

Thanks
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ilomambo
post May 7 2012, 10:20
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QUOTE (PhoeniXYZ @ Sep 25 2009, 14:06) *
Hello,

is it somehow possible to wrap 48khz bitstreams of AC3 and DTS files into 48khz .wav files (without reencoding) for direct playback through SPDIF without the need to enable passthrough in a dedicated AC3/DTS encoder?

Thanks


I know it has been 2 1/2 years since your post. And I cannot say I bring you the answer.
Just to say that it is possible to do it. I have done it in the past and have now all my DTS files wrapped in WAV format.
Since then I forgot how I did it and I am resuming my quest to find the tool I used so I can wrap some new DTS file I got.
If you read this post and you found the answer since 2009, please do reply and share it.
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lvqcl
post May 7 2012, 11:13
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Wrapping DTS as WAV
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ilomambo
post May 7 2012, 17:29
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Actually look in this discussion on doom9 (last page):

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1573476#post1573476

They pointed me to spdifer, one of the tools in the (free) set of AC3filter Tools.
And it works!!
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