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Post #1375009

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alexp120
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Can you convert the cinema versions of Dolby Digital / DTS to their home audio equivalents?
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13-Sep-2020, 11:46 PM
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14-Sep-2020, 8:20 AM
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alexp120
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There’s some notes here on how to extract the audio from the CinemaDTS CD-ROM discs and sync them up to your target video file.

https://originaltrilogy.com/post/id/781001/action/topic#781001

One thing though, the audio files on these discs are compressed and stored in APT-X100 files–one file per reel–with a bit depth/sampling rate/bit rate of 16bit/44.1khz/882kbps with a 4:1 compression rate. So, it’s not exactly a lossless representation of a film’s original sound-mix.

Happy researching.