(2012-05-01 19:20)DDDamian Wrote: @Hasu0bs - PAP is meant more for adding in third-party software as DSPs and other sound-processing elements into the Windows audio layer, an ideal place for a virus and thus the protected status. The GF9300 is not hardware-compatible with bitstream formats.
You cannot bitstream HD audio formats through DirectSound - it is only capable of spdif formats like AC3 (Dolby).
Your HD5750 will bitstream just fine. You don't mention the driver version/date for the RealTek driver, but I'd start by removing that in the Control Panel under Device Manager, then downloading the latest Catalyst Control Center v12.3 and installing it. Be sure that the driver now listed in Device Manager is the AMD/ATI HDMI High Definition Device, and that you have set it's properties correctly, especially checking the two boxes on the Advanced tab and disabling any enhancements.
Select this as your audio device in XBMC-AE and everything should work fine. Again, do not use DirectSound for TrueHD/DTS-MA - it won't work.
Ah thanks, i got it now! So far I got no glitches, this is perfect!!