DD or DTS with WinDVD 7

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    WinDVD 7 uses different registry settings to output SPDIF, here are the settings...

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\InterVideo\Common\AudioDec\MediaPortal]
    "AUDIOCHAN"=dword:00000007
    "AUDIO"=dword:00000006

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    THANKS!!!

    i was wondering why i only get stereo!

    now dd works - dts i'll have to test...

    will it be included in 0.1.3.0 final release?
     
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    Perfect :D

    thank you!
     
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    I'm a newbie at this, as i dont have those parameters in my registry... how i insert them? do i have to write AUDIOCHAN within the "" or without?
    (i tried both but nothing worked)

    Thanks.
     
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    click: edit -> new -> DWORD
    the name should be without ""
    then right-click on the name and click "change" in the context-menu
    just enter 6 or 7 because the registry-tool places the null's by itself.
    the value must be set to hexadezimal!
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    im menü wähle "Bearbeiten -> Neu -> DWORD-Wert"
    den namen schreibst du ohne die anführungszeichen
    dann klickst du mit rechter maustaste auf den namen und wählst "Ändern"
    du brauchst dann nur die 6 oder die 7 eingeben. die nullen kommen automatisch (wähle aber "Hexadezimal"!)

    ;)

    greetz
     
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    Why should one use another audio codec as the MPEG/AC3/DTS/... ?
     
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    Less CPU usage generally and common codecs should be used for Video & Audio.

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    Using timeshift and watching one of these channels like "pro7" which switch between Stereo and Dolby Digital within their AC3-Stream results in strange issues..

    with WinDVD7 you get enormous reverb and silent voices after a DD movies begins - with Mpeg/AC3/... filter everything works ok.
     
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    Thanks!
    Very nice Tip's. ;)
     
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