DTS-HD MasterAudio tagged posts

Everything About Dolby TrueHD

Diana Joan

Aug 29, 2014 06:51 pm / Posted by Diana Joan | Categories: Knowledge

Dolby technologies have dramatically improved the way we experience high definition movies. And dolby TrueHD produces audio that is identical to—and every bit as spectacular as—the master recording. It lets you experience the full potential of Blu-ray, and is even ready for the future.  Here let’s discuss the definition and explanation of Dolby TrueHD.

Definition:

Dolby TrueHD is a high definition digital-based surround sound format that supports up to 8-channels of surround decoding and is bit-for-bit identical to a studio master recording.

Explanation:

Dolby True HD is one of the two best surround sound formats found in today’s Blu-ray-based home theater systems...

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How to copy Blu-ray TV series discs and keep dts sound?

Diana Joan

Jul 30, 2014 06:59 pm / Posted by Diana Joan | Categories: BD/DVD Tools

New Blu-ray TV series

It is official announced that ’60s “Batman” TV series will hit shelves on Blu-ray in November this year. For the very first time, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) is releasing the fan-favorite original 1960’s Batman TV series starring Adam West as Batman and Burt Ward as Robin.

Blu-ray DTS Audio

If you plan to buy a Blu-ray TV series disc like ’60s “Batman”, what’s the best audio quality you could get from your disc? Maybe it is DTS audio codec, DTS-HD Master Audio is a combined lossless/lossy audio codec created by Digital Theater System, commonly used for surround-sound movie soundtracks.

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Then is it possible to copy your Blu-ray series discs with keeping the DTS sound?

If you want to rip commercial Blu-ray Discs with dts sound for output, then Pavtube BDMag...

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Blu-ray to PS3 with Dolby True HD – Optimizing Your PS3 for Blu-ray

Diana Joan

Jul 22, 2014 01:19 pm / Posted by Diana Joan | Categories: BD/DVD Tools

Sony Play Station 3, PS3 in short, is the third home video game console which is also a media player that could play back HD movies in high quality. Good news is that: What the PS3 can do is decode (unzip) the Dolby TrueHD / DTS-HD MA lossless audio and send it to your receiver as a multichannel linear PCM (LPCM) stream, which just about any modern receiver can decode. The LPCM audio is identical to the Dolby TrueHD / DTS-HD MA original format, so no quality is lost.

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Meanwhile, as high definition and better visual effect, Blu-ray movies has been more and more popular among many families. Have you thought of enjoy the Blu-ray movies on PS3 with higher audio quality 5.1/7.1 channels Dobly TrueHD audio? You need to pick up a professional Blu-ray ripping software beforehand. Here Pavtube BDMa...

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What about DTS-HD Master Audio, How to rip/decode it

Diana Joan

Jul 18, 2014 06:08 am / Posted by Diana Joan | Categories: Knowledge

DTS-HD Master Audio

DTS-HD Master Audio or just DTS-HD is a combined lossless/lossy audio codec created by Digital Theater System, commonly used for surround-sound movie soundtracks on Blu-ray Disc. DTS-HD Master Audio may be transported to AV receivers in 5.1, 6.1 or 7.1 channels, at lossless quality, in one of three ways depending on player and/or receiver support.

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It replaces the old DTS audio (actually it extends it) and its main goal is to allow a bit-to-bit representation of the original movie’s studio master soundtrack. If you are unaware with the lossless term, it is a compression method that allows you to have the exact original data from the compressed data after extraction, in contrast to lossy formats which only allows an approximation of the original data to be reconstructed...

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Difference between Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD Master Audio

Diana Joan

Jul 16, 2014 06:32 pm / Posted by Diana Joan | Categories: Knowledge

Discussions:

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Which do you prefer: Dolby TrueHD or DTS HD Master Audio?

Hello people. I recently purchased new speakers (Acesonic 510 speakers)and a pioneer 819 av receiver capable of decoding TrueHD and DTS HD. Since my previous setup was only able to decode dolby digital and dts, how much better are the new formats? I imagine they are pretty noticeable considering the difference in quality I heard while comparing dts to dts 96/24. What are your thoughts about the new formats?

-I also have to admit a personal bias favoring DTS.

DTS HD Master audio Vs Dolby TrueHD

Just wondering peoples opinions on the two codecs. To me, DTS HD MSTR sounds clearer than Dolby THD, with the latter seeming more bassy and less detailed...

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Rip Blu-ray to lossless MKV format with DTS 5.1 surround sound

Diana Joan

Jul 15, 2014 06:06 pm / Posted by Diana Joan | Categories: BD/DVD Tools

DTS 5.1 Audio

As my old post Blu-ray audio explained, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio is selected as an optional surround sound format for Blu-ray Disc, and DTS Surround Sensation allows a virtual 5.1 surround sound to be heard through a standard pair of headphones. So this is called DTS 5.1 Audio.

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How to rip Blu-ray to MKV with DTS 5.1 for all audio streams

If you want to rip commercial Blu-ray Discs and with DTS 5.1 audio output, then Pavtube ByteCopy will be your first choice which does a great job in quick decrypting the protected Blu-ray discs within a few clicks and help you backup Blu-ray movies into lossless MKV files with desired HD video quality, audio streams and subtitles.

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Experience Blu-ray movies at home with different surround formats

Diana Joan

Jun 04, 2014 07:45 am / Posted by Diana Joan | Categories: Knowledge

Sound that can match the studio’s master tapes… the theoretical ultimate in sound quality.

Most Blu-ray Discs have lossless audio, which means, obviously, no loss of sound quality. In short, the sound quality from Blu-ray Discs is capable of matching the master tapes from the studio.

If you have a sound system capable of using the lossless audio formats, the difference in sound quality is just as apparent as the difference in video quality. In fact, when doing demonstrations in my own home theater before I even get to explain that the sound as well as the video is high-definition the viewers make comments such as “Wow, the sound!” or “I’ve never heard sound like that anywhere.”

What do I need to experience lossless sound?

First of all, if you are just running the sound throug...

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