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post Apr 1 2010, 23:16
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I am trying to run dts2wav, a small command line utilitu to convert .dts files to dtswave files to be burned to CD-DA compliant ROM.
Win7 however refused to run the executable complaining it is not a valid win32 application...

Does anybody know about a workaround, hack or win32 compliant dts2wav executable?
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post Apr 2 2010, 01:24
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I've never done anything with DTS, but here a couple of programs you can try:

AC3filter (FREE!!!) Yes, it decodes DTS files too. It's really designed as CODEC, not a stand-alone program, so take a look at the guides on the website. The related WimampAC3 might be another way to get a WAV file.

XRECODE ($15 USD). If it works, it should be easy... just drag-and-drop.

Audacity (FREE!!!) might be able to do it with the optional FFmpeg library.

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post Apr 2 2010, 07:25
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I've used DTS2WAV on several occasions and it is 32bit compliant, but if your using some higher than XP (Vista or 7) I don't think it'll work.

This post has been edited by Skelsgard: Apr 2 2010, 07:27

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