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DTS Cinema Discs
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I've got some original DTS Cinema Discs available to sync. I'm not sure how they compare to the DTS tracks on LDs, DVDs, or Blu-rays. Just cool to have!


I've ripped the discs in Foobar converting from the original AUD file to FLAC 5.1. If you'd like the AUD files by themselves for whatever reason, let me know.

Apollo 13
Babe
Batman Begins
Billy Madison
Casper
LOTR: Return of the King
Schindler's List
Shoot 'Em Up
Spider-Man (2002)
Star Trek: First Contact
Stranger Than Fiction
Varsity Blues
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(2020-11-12, 03:49 AM)alinskey Wrote:  the original AUD file to FLAC 5.1.

Lossy format, save as WAV
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(2020-11-12, 11:42 AM)maksnew Wrote:
(2020-11-12, 03:49 AM)alinskey Wrote:  the original AUD file to FLAC 5.1.

Lossy format, save as WAV

?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FLAC#:~:te...ementation.
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(2020-11-12, 12:14 PM)CSchmidlapp Wrote:
(2020-11-12, 11:42 AM)maksnew Wrote:
(2020-11-12, 03:49 AM)alinskey Wrote:  the original AUD file to FLAC 5.1.

Lossy format, save as WAV

?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FLAC#:~:te...ementation.

Yeah. 6 channel WAV takes up considerably more space than 6 channel FLAC when I tested it.

I can convert it to WAV though if that helps anyone.
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FLAC isn't lossy. It compresses Cinema DTS data extraordinarily well though.
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