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[vdr] Re: AC3 Problem with vdr2dvd.pl
--On Saturday, May 03, 2003 18:00:17 +0200 Ulrich Gierschner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Strange I recorded it too and made a AC3-DVD with vdr2dvd. It runs without
problems on my old Phillips 712.
Another Problem with AC3 Audio arrived...
I just recorded Starwars running on ProSieben and looked forward to see
it later on DVD with AC3 Sound.
First I used the latest version of vdr2dvd.pl with ac3 support.
The generated DVD does only run on a Sony DVD Player, neither on my
Pioneer DV-717 nor my another Toshiba SD-2107.
The Picture is fine, but instead of Dolby Digital only squeezing audio is
played. It does not matter if I use the interneal AC3 Decoder (Downmix
Decoder for Stereo Output) or an external Yamaha DDP2 Decoder. There is
always digital garbage decoded using this players.
After that, I tried to make the dvd with ifoedit.
Before I demuxed AC3, Mpeg Audio & Video by ds.jar
Generating the VTS Structure with IFO Edit and burned to dvd the result
is not convincing at all.. now the dolby digital soundtrack is not
played correctly at any dvd-player :-(
So I assume there is something special with this AC3 track generated by
Hm. Are you completely sure your Recording at all ist correct?
If I open it in a AC3 Editor, it is treated as a normal PCM File with
(logically) garbage in it...
Is the an easy and simple way to convert it dvd-conform?
you can try to send only the ac3-Stream through transcode
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