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Keep Dolby TrueHD audio and DTS-HD Master Audio of a Blu-ray movie

By neal2324 ·
About Dolby TrueHD audio

Dolby TrueHD, the next-generation lossless compression technology, is intended primarily for high-definition home-entertainment equipment such as Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD. The technology provides an excellent high-definition audio, which is identical with master tapes of a recording studio, so that giving users a true high-definition entertainment experience.

About DTS-HD Master Audio

DTS-HD Master Audio is a lossless audio codec created by Digital Theater System, which is an optional audio format for both Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD. It is able to deliver all of the information from the original master recording, allow a bit-to-bit representation of what the sound engineers laid down.

Since Dolby TrueHD technology and DTS-HD Master Audio deliver unprecedented home theater experience, there may be no one willing to loose the wonderful audio while backup a Blu-ray movie. The thing is that most Blu-ray rippers in the market can not recognize the two stunning audios at all, and this may be the probable thing that troubles you a lot. With luck, I found an available Blu-ray converter via Google by chance, and my pleasure to share its detailed operating steps here, sincerely hope it will be of some help for you folks who are feeling headache about this problem.

Software I will use is called Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper, it is able to read TureHD audio and DTS Master Audio, and output them as 5.1 channels. Here I will take keeping Dolby TrueHD audio for instance to show you how to retain the original attributes during the course of Blu-ray ripping

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Man, how was this still around for me to tag?

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Keep Dolby TrueHD audio a ...

A -5-hour-delayed two points for me. boxy must be on vacation.

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Hi, guy, what did you mean?

by neal2324 In reply to Man, how was this still a ...

what did you mean?
can you tell me the detail of you problem?
I'd be glad to help you! :)

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I'm tempted

by santeewelding In reply to Hi, guy, what did you mea ...

But, Palmetto is a force in his own right, a right I would not wish to solicit right up my wrong end, *** hole.

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What I meant

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Hi, guy, what did you mea ...

is your post is an unsolicited product advertisement, a.k.a. spam. The TR membership flags spam posts very quickly, normally in less than an hour. That's why I was surprised your post had been up for over five hours and was still untagged. Regular members play a game to see who can tag the most spam messages in a week. You earned two points for me.

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boxy has been

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to Man, how was this still a ...

distracted of late. Naughty boxy.

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Yes I know

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to boxy has been

Boxy has been throwing up for days and constantly telling everyone who will listen that No She's not Pregnant.

We don't believe you Boxy.


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A tad bit

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to Yes I know

senior to be pregnant HAL. Among other things.

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RE; senior to be pregnant HAL

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to A tad bit

You mean older than that 65 YO Italian who had her Great Grandson?

I don't know that females can ever be too old with the current Medical Technology available Boxy.


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She needs

by santeewelding In reply to Yes I know

A comma after, "pregnant", among other things.

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by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to She needs

somewhat contrary in nature, she shrugs.

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