48 KHz DTS files not playing in BASS Player

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  1. peque
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    I'm getting this error.log while trying to play .dts files encoded at 48 Khz (44.1 Khz ones play perfectly):



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    1. 2009-02-28 20:38:30.199000 [ERROR][MPMain]: BASS: Unable to create Stream for L:\Musica\DTS\Seal - Live In Paris [DTS 5.1 Surround]\Seal - Live In Paris - 00 - Seal Intro.dts.  Reason: BASS_ERROR_FILEFORM.
    2. 2009-02-28 20:38:30.204000 [ERROR][MPMain]: BASS: Unable to play L:\Musica\DTS\Seal - Live In Paris [DTS 5.1 Surround]\Seal - Live In Paris - 00 - Seal Intro.dts.  Reason: BASS_ERROR_HANDLE.
    3. 2009-02-28 20:38:30.274000 [ERROR][MPMain]: PlaylistPlayer: *** unable to play - L:\Musica\DTS\Seal - Live In Paris [DTS 5.1 Surround]\Seal - Live In Paris - 00 - Seal Intro.dts - skipping track!
    I can play them in any dshow player, using AC3File and AC3Filter dshow filters.

    I haven't any other 48 Khz dts to test, only this complete CD. I can upload anywhere one of these files if it helps.

    bye!

    PD :Tried also with PureAudio plugin, got same error (only first line "BASS_ERROR_FILEFORM").
     
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    Ok Forget it. It's not a bug about playing 48 KHz DTS files, it's just that BASS Player can't play pure DTS files (only DTSWAV ones), and it's the only CD-DTS that I have in pure DTS format.

    Sorry.
     
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    Yep, I ran into this issue a while back. Any plans to ever support it?
     
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    I come back to this old post, as I finally converted my 48 KHz pure DTS files to DTSWAV files...but no success... so BASS Player is definetly not compatible with 48KHz digital content... :( I can upload a sample if needed...

    Thank you so much.

    PD: Tested in 1.1.0 RC2. 44,1 KHz DTSWAV files are working like a charm, using ASIO4ALL driver with built in soundcard (I've recently changed my MoBo).

    Oops... I didn't see where is this post... I don't think anyone will read this... :(
     
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