[FFmpeg-user] How to convert music into DTS encoded WAV file?
Nomis101 at web.de
Tue Aug 16 00:09:15 EEST 2016
Am 11.08.16 um 12:20 schrieb Nomis101 🐝:
> Am 11.08.16 um 01:31 schrieb Carl Eugen Hoyos:
>> > $ ffmpeg -i input -strict -2 -acodec dts -f spdif out1.spdif
>> > or (much better because it involves no experimental encoding!):
>> > $ ffmpeg -i dts_input -acodec copy -f spdif out2.spdif
>> > $ ffmpeg -f s16le -ac 2 -ar 44100 -i out.spdif -acodec copy out.wav
>> > Note the "-ac 2" no matter if your input is stereo or not!
> Thanks you! I have tried both of your suggestions. Both of them are
> looking very promising, because I will get a WAV file that I can import
> into iTunes and gives me this "dts noise". I can not test if it decodes
> this noise on my Denon receiver this week, but will do next week. The
> only difference is, VLC is not able to play the generated WAV. VLC kind
> of crashes if I open that WAV file.
To let you finally know, I have tested the files on my Surround receiver
and it is working nicely like this. So, thanks! This question is fixed.
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