blu-ray in 1080p with dts-hd and truehd - Printable Version
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- bluray - 2011-10-12 21:40
clubwerks Wrote:Geez, man. One of those simple things? One of those simple things that you could probably mention in your initial setup instructions since it seems to affect 100% of all installs.i should! since i thought that it is simple, i didn't bother to include it. i'm glad that you figured it out by yourself though!
- bluray - 2011-10-12 21:42
clubwerks Wrote:No offense, but what a dick. With all due respect.what can i say? some people just like to waste others time!
- bluray - 2011-10-12 21:51
flyingernst Wrote:Hi, is there any synch problem known (yes, even with even settings) between dts-audio Stream and the video stream?! With dts-hd I have iterative audio pop-outs....for a very very short time...like a blink of an eye. DTS-hd, same source, dont makes trouble with powerdvd. The same file played with the original xbmc 10.1 (only the stream) has absolutely no problem. With True-HD I dont have any problems, DD+ still dont worksi'm not quite sure what you meant by audio pop-outs, but you can try to set your htpc power option to "high performance" and set onkyo to passthrough video.
- steelman1991 - 2011-10-12 22:33
- bluray - 2011-10-12 23:51
Please remove all posts related to steelman1991 from this thread, because it has nothing to do with setting up xbmc and it add no value to this thread. It's wasting valuable space in here.
- ptaylor999 - 2011-10-13 01:16
On a different, yet previously broached subject:
Has anyone out there had the issue of their AV receiver constantly switching between HD-MA and PCM audio? Dolby True plays fine, but not HD-MA.
Sorry to bring this up again and I hate to beat a dead horse, but perhaps there is someone out there who is new to this thread and might have an idea or two for me.
Blu? Did you remember what it was you did to get yours working?
- clubwerks - 2011-10-13 02:18
steelman1991 Wrote: You certainly are. Ooops sorry......................
I actually add quite a bit to the discussion, you moron. Why don't you let everybody know you gave me some kind of demerit because you acted like a dick? Hiding behind the internet like some kind of tough guy/XBMC know it all.
With people acting like you do, XBMC will always be a fringe product targeted towards only the geekiest of users (myself included) because of how unfriendly people like you make the discussions. So, kudos to you jackass.
- clubwerks - 2011-10-13 02:20
Please point us to the portion of this thread where somebody thanked YOU for your contributions to the discussion. I can't find it.
- bluray - 2011-10-13 03:53
ptaylor999 Wrote:On a different, yet previously broached subject:Sorry for the delay because I barely got back to United States soil from a short vacation in Toronto. It's a beautiful city but it's a little bit too crowded for me. The trip to Niagara fall is the best for the entire trip. If anyone haven't visit this natural wonder, I am highly suggest it.
To rule out video problem, can you do these:
1. Download- tsMuxer
2. Open tsMuxer GUI
3. Add bd movie file
4. Check "source file" with DTS-HD "codec" only, and un-check everything else
5. Select "M2ts Muxing" for "out put".
6. Click "Start muxing"
7. It'll take roughly 5 minutes to complete
8. Open XBMC from xbmc_hd_audio folder and playback the DTS-HD audio file you just muxed.
9. Verify your AVR display. If it is not switching between dts-ma and PCM with this audio file, the problem might be in XBMC video settings.
I hope that you can get to the bottom of it.
- ptaylor999 - 2011-10-13 04:11
clubwerks Wrote:I actually add quite a bit to the discussion, you moron. Why don't you let everybody know you gave me some kind of demerit because you acted like a dick? Hiding behind the internet like some kind of tough guy/XBMC know it all.
Don't fret, Club. Eventually steeldouche's parents will make him turn off his computer and he'll go to bed and make love to his cat.