Is there a way for native 5.1 music support?

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  1. Crix1990
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    Is it possible to play 5.1 flac and wav files with the native music player?

    I used pure audio a long time for this but it makes more and more problems.
    Also it seems like 5.1 is the only reason I need pure audio for.
    (The native player seems to play 24Bit 192Khz flacs very nice via WASAPI.)


     
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    Playback of HiRes multichannel files (.flac, .dsf) is working fine. You only have to enble WASAPI in settings.
     
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    Hmmm...I just see the the playback popup for one second then.
    I'll povide some logs this evening.
     
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    Do you use a HDMI connetion HTPC -> AVR?
    Please try to decrease the buffer size. For me buffering is set to 0,22 seconds and it is working great since some years.
     
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    Yeah, thanks!
    0,22 seconds solve the problem for multichannel flac and dsf!

    Unfortunetley, for dts encoded wav files I still just get white noises.

    I could convert them...but a playback would be better ;)

    Here some logs:
    Alice Cooper was Flac (works) and Static-X was dts (white noises).

    Tanks!
     
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    It seems, that with the dts file WASAPI isn't initialized and dts isn't decoded :confused:. Could you please rename the .wav file to .dts and try again?
     
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    It didn't change anything...

    (I can get logs if you like.)
     
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