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Old 01-11-2006, 01:52 PM   #1
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This thread is to discuss the article titled: DTS to AC3

Some of you may have encountered a few AVI movies with DTS audio tracks. Sometimes we don't want to keep it as DTS. Unfortunately, to extract and convert DTS audio some creativity must be involved as this format is not accepted widely by A/V tools in LINUX. Here is a script I created to rip a bunch of AVI files DTS tracks and convert them to Stereo AC3 tracks automagically. Copy/paste this to a text file and save it as "avidts2ac3": #!/bin/bash #avidts2ac3 (extracts DTS tracks from video file and converts it to ac3) #requirements: mplayer / ffmpeg #variables current_directory=$( pwd )


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